Challenge: "Read a work of ceramics as a score in graphic notation".
It’s my first exercise on graphic notation, didn’t’ have much time today so excuse me if I’m being this simple/straightforward in my interpretation of it
The image attached to the track shows how I translated the ceramic sculpture to a step sequencer on my DAW
Found 3 lines and 16 slots in the photo so I replicated that on a 16th note 4 bar grid
First line plays its pattern in E note, second plays a C and third an A.
On the track, after a brief beat-announcing intro you hear the patterns:
1, 2, 3,, then 1, 1+2, 1+3, 2+3, and then the three at the same time.
Midway through it I start changing notes and added a synth pad bass sound and a brass section playing sustained harmonies, to make the whole thing a bit more “musical”
Created by DD Friday 15th December 2017 for Disquiet Junto Project 0311: Ceramic Notation
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