Mint Cascade

Mint Cascade
dysdar Mint Cascade


Mint Cascade explores and extends the spatial motion, and spatial features of recordings of kinetic objects, with all spatial movement in the piece derived from 8 channel recordings of the animated source. The kinetic materials transform, cascade, instigate and collide.



Noisefloor Festival, Stafford, UK
Uk Composer Concert, San Diego, USA
Sound, Sight, Space & Play, Leicester, UK
Leeds International Festival of Innovations in Music Production & Composition, Leeds, UK
Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane, Australia
Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium, Toronto, Canada
New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival, New York, USA

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