Oct 03 2007

Music

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Before I went into games, I was a classically trained composer.

pushit

- for percussion, sound processing, and real-time computer graphics

headingsouth

- for cello, sound processing, and real-time computer graphics
- audio

Qwfwq (after Italo Calvino)

- for cello, sound processing, and tape
- audio

calliope (for piano)

- for piano
- the score (81K)
- audio
live performance

2^0 for 2^1 with 2^2

- for 2 performers on 1 marimba
- audio

phasis

- for horn, trumpet, violin, cello, electric guitar, electric bass, marimba, and percussion
- the score (372K)
- the score notes (16K)
audio

Queue Fourche

- for trumpet, percussion, and interactive computer
- the score (126K)

Emerging Voices

- an interactive computer installation at UCSD
- a collaboration with Erik Griswald

Jabbering

- for electronic percussion and tape

Improvisation with First Avenue

- for Buchla Thunder with First Avenue
- performed at The Kitchen in New York City

Anitya

- for piano
- audio

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