Duude (1997) 10'00"
Duude was part of a series of works, where my goal was to achieve an
exciting and arresting music-gestural language, using found
musique-concrete sounds, with as little "processing" as possible. Hence,
although a few algorithmically-generated granular textures appear here and
there throughout, (as well as occasional synthesized sounds), the means
used to produce the piece basically involved mixing and little else.-mi
Christopher Bailey (USA)
Christopher Bailey was born outside of Philadelphia, and began
working with sound and computers on a Commodore VIC-20, sometime in the
1980s, mostly synthesizing cool laser gun sounds. Over the years this
developed into a love and dedication to the art of
computer music. He studied some aspects of it at Eastman and Columbia
University, working with Brad Garton, Tristan Murail, and Allan Schindler.
His computer and instrumental music has been performed in New York
(frequently), elsewhere in the US, and in Japan, Argentina, Germany and
Canada. His work "Ow My Head." was featured on the ICMC 1997 CD.