Powers of Two, Barry Truax's third electroacoustic opera, and by far his most powerful, sophisticated, and developed. promises to be a revolutionary media performance truly deserving of the term twenty-first century art. - Randy Raine-Reusch, Musicworks, 90, Fall 2004, p. 52. Powers of Two is a project of epic proportions, with intricate layers of ancient, classical, and contemporary musical and cultural reference. Kristiana Clements, Musicworks, 91, Spring 2005, pp. 51-52. examines the influence of technologically created and reproduced beauty
Barry Truax is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Communication and (formerly) the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University where he taught courses in acoustic communication and electroacoustic composition, specializing in soundscape composition.
Compositor eletetroacustuco, pesquisador da paisagem sonora e comunicação acústica. Desde então, este trabalho tem obtido um perfil internacional, através do Fórum Mundial de Ecologia Acústica. trabalho artístico Truax "incluiu a criação de composições de paisagens sonoras que criam peças musicais utilizando sons ambientais. Barry Truax added 4 new photos to the album Bio. · 20 February 2011 ·. Bio.
In mathematics, a power of two is a number of the form 2n where n is an integer, that is, the result of exponentiation with number two as the base and integer n as the exponent. In a context where only integers are considered, n is restricted to non-negative values, so we have 1, 2, and 2 multiplied by itself a certain number of times. Because two is the base of the binary numeral system, powers of two are common in computer science
Computer And Electroacoustic Music by Barry Truax". Arras (1980) for four digital soundtracks. The Wings Of Nike (1987) for two digital soundtracks. Pacific (1990) for four digital soundtracks. 1980 Melbourne Records ℗ 1991 Cambridge Street Records. Matrix, Runout (Mirrored): made by/fabriqué par DISQUE AMERIC CANADA CWB2<152 CSRCD-9101.
Powers of Two (1995–9). video and 8-channel tape. thereby allowing it to work on the listener’s imagination (Truax 1990. despite its slow acceptance within the world of theatre and opera. bridging the gap between the internal and external world. bringing its frequency content to the foreground of one’s attention. at least in its shorter forms. The text itself is heard only on tape. with tousled hair and open shirt. using two bows to caress the body of the instrument. the resonators used (based on the Karplus–Strong synthesis method) model a string and are tuned to the open strings of the instrument involved. as well as a solo theatre piece for male double bassist and tape called Androgyne.
2. The Song of the Antichrist (Here I Am)ian. Paul Clark/phil Keaggy/Jay Truax/John Mehler/Mike Burhart.
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|1-1||Powers Of Two: Repetition
Baritone Vocals – Steve MaddockMezzo-soprano Vocals – Marion NewmanSoprano Vocals – Catherine CampolinTenor Vocals – Benoit Boutet, Marcel Van Neer
|1-2||Sequence Of Earlier Heaven||12:16|
|1-3||Powers Of Two: The Sibyl
Alto Vocals – Fides KruckerMezzo-soprano Vocals – Marion Newman
|2-1||Powers Of Two: The Artist
Countertenor Vocals – David Don Qyu LeeTenor Vocals – Marcel Van Neer
|2-2||Sequence Of Later Heaven||13:48|
|2-3||Powers Of Two: Beyond
Baritone Vocals – Steve MaddockMezzo-soprano Vocals – Marion NewmanSoprano Vocals – Catherine CampolinTenor Vocals – Benoit Boutet
- Producer – Barry Truax
NotesAn electroacoustic opera.
Tracks A-2 and B-2 are each scored for two digital soundtracks.