Dynamic Architecture 1
For double bass and electronics
"A magnificent music...21 minutes of tension' Kasper Toeplitz,Revue et Corigee 2014, Dec 2017.
A digital or hard copy of the score is available from Material Press.
NOTE TO PERFORMERS
The majority of my compositions use scores that are read on an iPad tablet computer, using the Decibel ScorePlayer, an application available on the App Store . Any fixed media is embedded in the score, and some feature automated functions. In the case of ensemble works, multiple iPads can be networked on a LAN or over the Internet so parts can be read in a synchronised way. You should upload the score file (ending with.dsz) to your iPad from your computer via AirDrop on an Apple, or cable from a PC. Instructions on how to do this and using the Decibel ScorePlayer, more generally are included in the Application, which ships with five other scores.
Thus my works have different versions of the score, as you may see above. A PDF/PNG file of the score ‘image’, a DSZ file to upload onto the iPad for performance, and for some less complex scores, a video version. Hardcopies are also available from my publisher. You can find out more about the Decibel ScorePlayer, and how to make your own scores for it, here.
Premiered October 15, 2015, at Sound Spectrum - Music From Visitors - by Mark Cauvin.
ACMC November 2015, Bon Marche Studio, UTS. by Mark Cauvin.
Used in the film Stones for Dancing Stones for Dying by Kate McMillan