The author offers new approaches to sound material and composition made possible by advances in technology and modern musical theory. He then discusses the use of Semiotic Temporal Units (USTs) as a method of organizing sound material into morphologically based categories in an attempt to reenvisage Western notions of musical composition. Finally, the author presents recent examples that illustrate the need for a rethinking of compositional rules and methodologies.

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