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Timbre y espacio Proyecto PAPIIT IA401218
From febrero 1º 2021 to diciembre 31º 2022

Timbre y Espacio

Timbre and space have become compositional elements that we can creatively control and process to form a musical discourse. The systematization of the processes and the organization of sound and musical materials is therefore important and requires an investigation informed by the current practices of interpretation of music with modern day technology.

Current technology makes it possible to work on sound at a microscopic level and thus design the most basic structural elements of musical discourse from scratch. Thus, it is important to reflect on the influence of technological tools in the creative process and with it the impact of space and timbre as a relevant variable in music with technology.

This project, sponsored by the Support Program for Research and Technological Innovation Projects (PAPIIT) of the DGAPA of the UNAM, investigated the management of spatial sound through sound events in relation to the timbral and spectral characteristics of the materials.

This platform shows the explorations of the timbral and spatial possibilities applied to the musical composition that the students of the composition class carried out under the tutelage of Dr. Jorge Rodrigo Sigal Sefchovich and Dr. Mario Duarte in the Bachelor of Music and Technology Artistic of the ENES Morelia and the Postgraduate in Music at the Faculty of Music of the UNAM.

They examine the expressive possibilities of interdisciplinary graphic experimental notation work, to visually articulate the representation of musical pieces of their composition, based on the digital process of sound samples of traditional acoustic instruments. The compositions that serve as the basis for these graphic representations have been built through the visual programming language Pure Data during the work carried out in the Electroacoustics courses of the National University of Music during 2019.

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