Entr'Acte III/IV : for bass clarinet, video montage and live electronics
by Christopher Tonkin (2015)
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Entr'Acte III and IV are the 3rd and 4th parts of the Entr'Acte series. Entr'Acte III has a video projection component that is manipulated by the clarinet performer in realtime via Max/Jitter. The content of the video is open within certain restrictions. Entr'Acte IV invovles live electronic sound processing. Here the live electronics maniplulate the video projection along with the input from the clarinet performer. The sound processing and video manipulation are done via Max/Jitter. For latest versions of the Max/Jitter patches and for operating instructions please contact the composer via the Australian Music Centre.
Instrumentation: III: Bass clarinet and video projection. IV: Bass clarinet, live electronics and video projection. All live sound processing is managed in realtime via software patches made with Cycling74’s Max/Jitter.
Duration: 12 min.
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