PyoungRyung Ko (Korea) studied composition and music theory in Korea and Germany. He is now a doctoral candidate in Musicology at the UMT Leipzig and studies electroacoustic composition in Weimar. He is a founder of the ensemble Prisma Sonorum (an improvisation ensemble for violoncello and live- electronic) with Hui-Chun Lin and has given concerts in Leipzig, Dresden and Berlin. His pieces are performed internationally, and his theoretical and pedagogical articles are published in international conferences.
Fantaisie-Impromptu électroacoustique (2009/2010)
for flute and percussion
This piece is composed irrespectively of any established formal schemes using time-based notation and involves improvisation from all performers. The pitch structure in the first few minutes is based on the partials of the tam-tam (model: Paiste 34"), which are also articulated by the electronics and flute. The electronic realisation is performed with prisma sonorum developed by the composer for MaxMSP, SuperCollider and JackOsX.
Energising Live-Electronic Performance with SuperCollider, MaxMSP and JackOsX in an Interapplicational Environment
How can a flexible environment with a simple GUI be constructed, which can manage the whole capacity of multicore-cpu for real time audio signal processing, augmented also by vst or audio unit plug-ins? In this presentation, It will be shown how I have been developing the program “prisma sonorum”, in order to achieve this with a pc with multi-core cpu.