The compositions 12 to 17 from the year 2015 are based on a Monte-Carlo algorithm over various abstraction spaces. Here we start with a number of random tones, which are getting moved in small steps inside the [Time;Pitch] space while the algorithm is on the run. All movements are getting validated using a metrics (a mathematical metrics, not a musical ione!) and from that accepted or not. After the algorithm ran for some time, it will steer towards a static state, which will be used as a basis for any of the works. The metrical validation uses aspects like dissonance, musical metrics, distribution of breaks and alike.
The instrumentation and the grade the algorithm outcome is yielded, changes from work to work.
|Faden Weiß (String White) - Op. 12||Piano solo||Score||Youtube Video|
|Faden Magenta (String Magenta) - Op. 13||Piano solo||Score||Youtube Video|
|Faden Schwarz (String Black) - Op. 14||Glockenspiel, Violin, Cello||Score||Youtube Video|
|Faden Blau (String Blue) - Op. 15||Klavier, Violine, Cello||Score||Youtube Video|
|Faden Marin (String Marine) - Op. 16||Drumset solo||Score||Youtube Video|
|Faden Oliv (String Olive) - Op. 17||Flute and Drumset||Score||Youtube Video|
The works 18, 18b und 19 also are from the year 2015. They are based on a Diffusion Limited Aggregation algorithm. That means the move inside a [Time;Pitch] space and stick to each other upon hits. The algorithm is left running until an acceptable number of tones have aggegated. With the result from that the work gets composed.
|Moleculum - Op. 18||Piano solo||Score||Youtube Video|
|Moleculum B - Op. 18b||Piano solo||Score||Youtube Video|
|Makro - Op. 19||Piano, Violin, Cello||Score||Youtube Video|