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Noise I,

Electronic water patterns


Noise I, electronic water patterns is a work of electronic-acoustic composition realized in study, in relation to the hegemony and the experience of electronic music, delocalizing its function as a ritual element of dance and its traditional patterns of composition, to transform it into a auditory and visual sensory experience, through the use of a Roland Tr-8 drum machine and a Korg synthesizer, for the creation of different visual patterns related to the formation of electronic patterns. Each instrument is linked to a loudspeaker and a visual and sound piece is generated that allows the viewer to observe the visual patterns generated by each particular sound.


The project in addition to formalizing a work of visualization of patterns on loudspeakers, is also accompanied by an exhibition of photographs of the processes of creation of patterns on fluids.

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