ABSTRACT

The author discusses the development of the work I Have No Mouth (pts. 1–6), an electronic piece composed within the schools of spectral music and postdigital “glitch” music, to show how composers can harness technological advancements to their own compositional and aesthetic ends. The author posits the compelling nature of a fundamental tension evident in combining these two approaches, which, he argues, results in satisfying and interesting compositions.

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