What are you really thinking? : sonification for surround sound / Gordon Monro.
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|What are you really thinking? (2004) — studio produced music (pre-recorded sound)||Gordon Monro|
Duration: 5 min.
Year of composition: 2005.
Liner notes include notes on the work.
PAL DVD with Dolby surround soundtrack and blank video (i.e. no images on the DVD).
Computer music for stereo or surround sound. The work is a sonification of brainwave data.
The full version of the piece is in 16 channels, arranged for a specific configuration at the Sydney Opera House.
First performed (stereo version) in the 'Disorientation' series (Shannon O'Neill), at Lanfrachi's, Chippendale, Sydney, 8 April 2004.
The full (16-channel) version was selected for the 'Listening to the Mind Listening' event, Sydney Opera House, 8 July 2004 -- Composer's note.
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