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for eny number of plafers lrho lrould llke to pay thoLT rospects
to alL Living croatures vrho inhablt dark places *rd wtio, over
tho year.s,
dvoloped aculty in tho art of echolocaiion, 1.e.,
gounds used_trs.ve
as messenqers !,rhi ch, lihen sent out l"nto the environ, tnont, return as gchoes oarrfini lnforraatlon as to tbe shap6,
sLzo and substence of ttrat envinoment and tho obJects in l!.
Play ln dar.k places lndoot3s, outdoors or. underuateri in dinl"y1it spaces qear d.ark glasses and ln ltghted spaces woar blindfol"als. fa en4rty spaces objects such as stscked chafus, larg6

plants or hunafr beiilgs na.y be deployed.

Equlp younsolYes lrlth Sondol.s ( qo4ar-4o-lphln ) , hand-held ootrolocatlofj devices uhich epdt fasq-shai$;' nar ror'r-be
aned. clicks
$hose !.opotition rate can be va?ied raanually,
Accept and porform ttre task of acoustic ortentatlon by scarming
the envirob$ent axd nonitoring the chatlging
betweolr the outgoibg and returning cllcka. Ey"e]atlonehlps
cbangiaE ttle repstltion r:ate of th outgolng ellcks, using &s a relerence polnt
a speed at which tbe retu"ning ollcks are half\ray betLreen tho
outgoing cLicks, distances can be measureil, su"faces can be made
to sound and cloar slEnatures of the enlrlrorinent ca.!r be made. Bf
changlnq the angle of refl"eqtion of tho outgoing clicks agelnst
sutnfaces, t11ultLple echoes of dtfferent pltches can be prod.uced
sJld moved to different goograptrlcal ].ocatlons ln the spaso. Scannlng patterns should be slot{, contlnuous and non-ropett-tLve.
llove as non-truiran migrators, artLflclsl gatherers of ilforuation
or slo!.t ce]'emonial dancers. Dlscover r.outes to goa1s, flnd. clea"
ps?hwsys to cent6r' polnts or outer limlts and avold obstaoles.
Doolsions as to speed and dl.rection of outgolng click must ba
nede onlf on ths basis of usefulness 1n tho pr?ocess of echo]-ocatlng. Any sltuatLons that arise frorn porsonal p?fer4cea based
on ldess of texture, densittr, lmprovLsation or coroposition tbat
ato not alirectly senvs to articulate the eolmd pr.sona1lty of the
envl.roErnent should b conldered deviations frot the task of echo]'ocatLon.

Silences nay occun lrhen echoLoc.^tlon is made impossible by the


masklnq dffost on the pleyersr r,.tu"ning echoes due to tho satu?atl.on of th6 spase by both the ouigoing and !turntng clicks,
by lnterfe?ences due to audLenee pa!'tlclpation or bf ulrexpctod.
erbLent sound events. Players should stop rd tait for cLear

situatLons or stop to make c.Lear: sltuatLons for ottle? players.


Elalngs nay occur l'tben goals are reachedr pattelrns tracd. or
firrther movemeat nads lfipossible.
For perfozrnances ln nhlch Sondols are not avallable, develop
Datu?al mesns of echolocation Buqh as tolguo-clt,cks' flnger-snaps
or footstepe o" obiain other man-lrade devlses such as hanil-hEld
foghorns, toy crickets, po"tablo genor"ato?s of pulsEd souads'
tbe:!le1 nolse o? 10'O0O cps pure tonesr

yl:l::: f-ly.4ih-certain nocturnsl blrds op baf,s (per,3:,:.::*


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bat of Burope aod llorth Anerlca of tbe'ianlly vespe.r.tl].lonldae ) or seek thi help
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atl oI' eottolocatlon.
-Actlvltlos sucb as bluiards, squash_ and water-akl]irnlng rnay
be
considered kind!.ed porforraanles -of thLs work. -.---

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on lental firom eithst 6?!t or the conposer.
q.hanke to Donald R. Grtffln.

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AND FILI4S

1- the Blrd Of BreDcn Flles TlhrouRh I?re llouaa Alvln Lucler


of rte Burslglg ( 192)
An lrla8lnarT b1rd, lts wlnas flapplng 50 tlues
per seoontl, flle8 throuah a dlaltal eorputs
(progran) at the speed of aolnal. Vla dlaltal,/
anal-og oonverters, flltetsr voltete-oontrollcd
ar0p11f1ers anil a lcverbcratlon unlt' tbc co[putcr
shulateE changes 1n the 812 and aoouatlc
characterlatlos of a aource rooB ln whloh la
aleployed an onnl-d lrectlonal nlcrophone. Thc
posltlons of the blrdrs wlngs' at saEpled DoDents
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nerdly Benerated 100[6 plus the reflectlve anal
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RIrtSIld

the roolos are laale.

FfiSIliI 1ls concelved. aa a real-tlEe envlronnental


F5ffid 6qntrol aysten. T'he present verslon ls a sterco
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CIRCLES
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Dorls

POEI PIEf,D NUI4BEE 1

Stan Vanalerbeek

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Stan Vanderbeek

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WBAI S tudio
Wy 25, 26, 27 ,

2973

Arts Unlon is an electronic music ensemble. Its tnenbera


are Robert Ashley, Davtd Behrman, AIvh Lucier, aDal Gordon l{unfia.
Thei.r purpose i3 !o make posslble lhe perfomance of nuslcal' ldeaa
lhsi 1ie oulside lhe scope of ordlnary concerl siluatloDs and to
explore resources ol sound Production ithlch re6ull from lhe broedeal
app lice!ion of elecEroni.c lechnology.

The Sonie

During lheir rhree days at WBAI the group till ptovide e variety
of sonic experience6 throughou! the eflernoon and evenlng.
lhe situation is informel so lhat the audience cen cor.re end go el
eili, at any line during the day. The Sonlc Arla Union Presentelion
nakes tbe pIgggs! of eleclronic music eccssible in s nore infodral.
almosphre than is usually as6ocieted vilh the tradilional concerl

is dlrector of lhe
o,kl'nd- California.

Robert. Ashley

David Behrhan

of lttlts College'

tllh lhe llerce-Cunningham


and producer of conlenPorary rnuslc recordinga in

is a

Dance Conpany,
Ne$ York City.

Tape Husic Center

composer and nusician

Alvin Lucler is on lhe tl|usic faculty of !'lsleyen Univer6ily'


f'lfaatet"r", Connecticut, and music director of Ehe Viola Ferber
Dance Conpany.

cordon ltunms 13 a composer snd rnuslcj an uilh the uerce Cunnlnghan


Dance Compeny, end erl author end electronic designer in Iew York City.

Music by lhe Sonic


Adninis trat lon:

Arls Union is reeorded on Mainslream Mli 5010'

463 West S!.


Nelr York, N.Y, 10014
(212) 989-49s3

This progren is made posslble bY a grent !o the Soni.c Arts Itnlon


fron the llew York Stece Councll on the Arta.

Gordon llumma: notes

fot

CYIIFRSUNIT CANTILEVTRS

is a p1339gg of music Anyone may palticipate


CYEERS0NIC CANTILEVTRS is related to other pr:ocesses in which
peop.Ie participate in discovery, FelcePtual and inte.IIectual
cha-I.Lenge, and entertainrnent. Anong these pxocesses are
satellite cornmunication' data processing, biD-medica.L telenetry'
and space exploiation. These are processes in which information
is electronical]y transformed.
The electionic sound transformations of CYBTRSLINIC CANTI LEVERS
xange fxom very simple to extrenely complex. The rnost extr:eme
pro;essing of CYUETtSUNIC CANTILEVERS transforms the origina.I
sounds inio entirely new soLlnds, which may have no pexceptable
resembfance to the origina.I.
CYBER5UNIC CANTILEVTRS

The proeess is in five stages. A-Il are stereoPhonic. The first


stage consists of sound sources (for exatrple' microphones'

casiette recorddxs' electxonic circuits. ) Stages two, three, and


fuur axe electronic transformations !,/hich change the pitch,
axticulation, and tirnbre of the sound sources. The Iast stage
presents the transforrnations in a quadraPhonic environment.
Particitrants aie invi te d to rnonitor any stag-. of the process.
At ts.Lectronic moni Loring stations participants !nay hea! (with
stereophonic headphones) and see (with stereotrhonic oscilloscopes)
any staqe of ihe Pr(lcess they choose. Alsu, Frarticipants are
invited to add to the so unds of the process' and may bring their
own Pre-recolded suunds on cassette tapest or produce sound
1ivts through micro'rhones
A ;or-E;bout
t

IJE ri

5i tJ

tr| c:

qlhel --fiom the Gxeek "kybernan" to stee! or guide.


(Cybernetics, the science of controL and comrnunication'
is concexned with interactions between automatic
contro-L and living orqanisrns. )
lgllg --pertairring to sound.
In CYBERStiIJIC CANTILEVeRS sonre irf the efectronic
transformations ane automatically derived fxoft the
sounds themselves, and sone frum the interaction of
peonle with the electronic system.

CANTlLtVEfl5: Cantilever --a projecting beam' anchored at one end'


and su'rt)orting a load a ong its length by means of
tensions and compressions which are distributed
within the beam. (Typical cantilevers; flagpoles,
ai1|rIane winqs' djving boa.rds' certain bridge
structuxes, and the seesaw. )
sounds, or: in paxts of the modification
are
Frocess, the sonic iransforftations of CYBEIIS0NIC CANTILEVERS
system.
electronic
projected through the su!'porting stages of the
Anchored in the original

0avi d Behrman:

notes for

HBI4E [4ADE SYNTHTSIZER lvluSIC WITH SLIDlNG

PlTCHES

people qre now working directly with the raw nateria-Is of


electronic technology io rnake sounds, lights, or video images.
Ihe availability of cheap integrated circuits and papei-back
how-to books has made it possible for a self-styled musician
to design his or her own efectronic music synthesiTerl just as,
in the stone age, the availabillty of the chisel riade it Possible
to fashion oners own hand-hewn !,/ood-l-og drum. The practice of
making oners own instrurnent is a venerabfe one, though it may have
been inhibited during the past industria-L centuries.
Although several bran(ls of comrnercia.l music synthesizers have
been around for half a decade, they tendr when used aIone, to.Produce
sounds which are quickly used up by our cufture (become cIi.ch6s. )
This is probabfy because they are desiqned as generaf-purPose '
sa-Leable packages adept at producing everything frotn TV commercial
sound effects to initation of convent-iona-L instruments.
The instrument Lrsed in "Home ltlade Synthesizer plusic{ is incapab-le
of r,aking most kinds of efectnonic sound. But it does make one
variety (extreme-Ly dense, sIowIy shifting harmony) rnore easlly
than even thrFre or four of the largest' nost exFcnsive coinmercial
synthesizer:s. It cost about one-tenth of its equivalent in
store-bouqht units and is small and .Iight enough tct be packed into
Many

two

su

i tca se s.

and then left to itsetf, it can provide


Frogrammed initially
. a sound environment of indefinite duration. It can also be
p1yed by one or tL{o peopfe. A flashlight photoce.ll signal
-' dis't-ri.bution -Sjis-tdm- mEt -be ddtied foi a'-f,ffi5d -of'f6-tritfi-'F.rayAr.-'
0r it can be used by an j-mprovisatory ensemble--s!ch as the one
current.Ly maklng music coincident !rith the lvlerce Cunningham
Dance Conpany.

Its hardware consists of 32 stable voltage-contro.l.Lable osci lators'


eight envelope generators, eight voltage-controlled amplifiers,
and mixers. Tuning during performance can be done with frequency
counters. The sound is best heard surrounding its .listeners via
a fou r c hann e -L Ioudspeake r systen.

for IN 5ARA, l'IENCKEN, CHRIST AND


Robext Ashlev:
" notes
IHFRi I'EnE Ftl\ AND t,,/:rl'4El\ (1972)

nEETH0VEN

Frinted privately in t!'ro


lext bv John Bartorr v/olganot (1944).
which this readintJ is the fatter), differing in tjtle
iof
'Jiit"i.
not had the oppoxtunity to confirm
,.i--..""t.af"
--- tlrouqh I have
poem
of 128 stanzas,.each stanza
(one
A
page
)
lli! --'-re.qtrr
three of which are names
th" u.t" ."it"n.. with four variabfes' the
fourth, the adverb of
qi:ouos
cunstructions,
name
or
or name
To mv rrind one of the irost'unusual and beautiful
ii. ..iiJ' '!'u.
(and memory-defying) sentences in Engfish'
!'In its very truLy great manners of Ludwig vdn Beethoven very
death of Sara Fowetf Haardt
fr"r.i..rrv il. veiy'cru"t1y ancestr:alvcry
DeFIIy 'JrEnd mPn and
his
arnong'!
)rrP
had verv -r' nical Iy c
:-toLm^Jameso''
Ade.
Iarg'reL
l,eorgc
..nen fo RafaeI 5dbaLrni,
BrDmfiefd'
Louis
Bernard,
ir.J fy"a." Hueffer, Jean-Jacques
very titanically
Norden
Brown
Helen
and
frirOri"f' Vlilhe.Im Nietzsche
ovPr the 128 stanzas grve
lhe ,,ErmuLaLioc of tLF Tour variaoles
(sueeesting
both rusue and sonata),
rorm
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',..,sicor
into "themes" that
adverbs
and
qroups
names
of
iinalno tooutf,".r
as music' Fouxteen
paraphnase
to
... "='ot tiotn ani as difficult
number
var'ious
in
realrPeax
("uu"n
and
women)
each rnen
nur"=
to be the
I
understand
These
poem.
f'lrr.."fi"= throughout the
are
repeated,
0ther
nanes
story.
the
i.r".r"r ."a heroinJs of rtthemes." And finaLly there qre hundreds
-pp".""ifV as secondary
great names. of Vy'estern
oi nu*r. itot o..ut on.ly once(alI of the
with
the fist becomin0 rnore
cr.:1ture since the Greek-philosophers,
the American fiterary
as
it
includes
.orpt.f'"ntluo and enigmatic
whose poetic
century)'
20th
early
*u,ti"af cuftu:e oi the
""a
fonction I have not deciPhsred.
of two efectronic sPttinqs jn
score su rne5ts a' alternatjve
*-thes'-aTedis+iTrggisH b-v reading
ifi" p Je'-ney be-'r'eat.
'iitf
devices on the vocal
e.Iectronic
the
;;;;; .;; tv the ifrect of
is derived
realization
this
which
The settinq from
.;;;;..
that folfow
of
thickenings
any
number
of
it'. po=uiliritv
j_ncludes
and
"ii.r.'r.'
poen
synchronously'
structu!e of tlle
tnu
"tunt,
accompanimcnt, vocal embellishrnents, and elaboratjon
instru*e"taf
of ift" pf'yti""f environment in visual, temperature and tactile
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modes.

are analyzed by means


In this realization the sounds of the voice
of seven different
trccurxence
of
to plot the frequency
.i iiit"ti"g
(p.Losive attacks, fundamentaf frequencies' and
".toti".ts each of which guides the synthesizer in synchro"or.J
iiu" f'-ttl.i.tt,
The seven tracks of syn,rirutiun with tlre reading of the poem.
the voice and rlistributed
with
tosether
are miied
;;;;;;;;
".ti"ity
c'ver the four channel rnatrix.
(reafization for t'4oog synthesizer by FauL Del'larinis anrl Robert
Ashley, January,

1973

Robert Ashley:

notes for

ur

STRING QUARTET Dt5CRIBING THE l,l0TIUNS


LART,L Rr AL BODll | 11972)

For the past few years I have been interested in the phenonrenon
of the identity of sounds--holv we distinguish among sounds by
their causes or origins or meanings, These interests !rete expres:red
in various ways in the form of four Irieces, cafled ILLU5I0N pl0DELS,
which we!e desiqns for hypothetical, computer-controLled sound
environments. ln an attenpt to illustrate the ideas of the
ILLUSlUN IiIUDELS I designsd performance pieces that were based r..rn
thE same principfes as the hypothetical models, hoping to suggest
through technical concepts ho!,/ the aura-L illusions might occur
in th- time dLrrin uf arusic.
Frorn the technical solution to the requirrient of one of the
perfornance pieces (extrernely precise synchronization of very
short sounds) came the ideas of ihe 5TRING QUARTEI DESCRIBING THE
Il4llTI0NS UF LAfIGE REAL B0DIE5, in which, through the proces
of mixin! togethex shoxt sounds from dilferent points of origin

in tirne, a sinqte 'lineo of sounds of different "identities{ is


synthesized from each instrument.

There are two kinds of sotrnd in the STRING QUAFTET DE5CRIDING


THE i']OTIONS UF LARGE REAL BOI]IES, quasi-randorn, discrete pu-Lses
from the string instrurnents (frorn a particular manner of playing)
and those same pu1$es delayed and electronically modified. The
tlro kinds of sounds (identities) are intermingled, because of the
delay mechanism operating on one of them, to form a series of pulses,
sone of which are "originall and others of which lrdve had their
identity chan ged efectronically.

factor of the work (a iquartetrr) is composed not in


the ac.l"i..rn s.. !r.f:. the pe.ilormers---eaGb in6trumerrta-f-i.s.t e-a'xies out
the.rerluirements of the score independently---but in the interconnection of the electronic compontrnts, where the aLteration of
the sound natexia ls is dependent ]lpon the coincidence of eve n ts
fron thP Vari ous i nst runent5 .
The tit.Le comes from the irnages that kept occuring to me while
I was reading !iorlds in CoLIision (Immanuel VeLikovsky) for the
f irst tirne, which coinEicied j.th \,,/orking on the STRIiiG QI.IARTET
The ensembLe

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IItSCRIBIi'JG THE

l'l0T I

tJi\ls UF LARIIi REAL, UUDIES.

Realization by Robert Sheff and Robert Ashley, January,

1972

Robert Ash.teyr notes for REVI5ED, FINALLY (APRIL,


FI]R

GORDIJN

1961

-AI-RlL, 19?3),

I4UI\414A

'For any number of pairs of players of similar sounds. The idea of


the composition has been to provide a s.ituation whexe the playerts
sense of tempo is used in a way that is similar to the use of his
sense of pitch re.l"ations in part-singing. The title refers to my
problem of finding a musica.I representation of this idea and to the
tinje !,/hen so.many of my musicaf thoughts wexe inspired by my

association vrith Gordon lvlumma. I think this !evision is final.

QUARTET (1965) for any numbet: of wind


or string instruments
A program of sound-actions for any number of players acting
independentiy, not a tirne schedu-le of enselnble events. Each
action has its oh/n duration, based on the nrechanics of sound
production for the instrument involved (bxeath length fox wind
instruments, bow length for strings. ) Thr score suggests opticrnal
actions fox peafoxnances by moxe than one player that xecoqnize the
ensemb.Ie situation without restrictinq the individual playerrs
freedom, including the possibility that the pfayers may deve.Iope
an ensernble si.lence of indefinite length. ThE title refers to
the design of the score and to the fact that the prc.:gran was
derived from an earlier work, @
Robe

rt Ashley:

notes for

Alvin Lucier: notes for

1, THE IllRll 0F BREl4tl'J FLIEs THR0UGH


!F
THr
IIURGHERS (1972)
I
An imaginary bird\ its wings flapping 50 times per second, flies
through a di'litaI \omputer (program) at the speed of sound. Via
4_',s,_i}ev,!.el-q g._s o ll9J-!!fe , ,Jr.l!9 rs., *'"1tie.._._?ll_rjll!_a!p l{i9l:;;-A; re v;. ib; i;Tidi-iiii, -t}le Crjmputei s i m-iil J'tb s--Eh a- ffd-iii-TFE"
Fl'15Ilvr

THE H0U5ES

size and acoustic charActelistics of a source xoorn in whlch is


deployed an ornni-directional microphone. The positions of the
biid's wings, at sampled noments, determine the sidttl, fength
and height of the ne!./1y generated roons plus the reflective and
absorptive qua.Iities of the material6 of !,/hich the rooms are made
Rt'5M .1 is conceived as a real-tine environmental sound control
system. The present version is a 4-channel rectrxding.
RlisIf'l .l was commissioned by Radio Brenen fox the 1972 Pxo
Ivlusica Nova Festival. It ',ras conposed and recorded at the
\r'/esleyan University Computer Arts 5tudio,

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