qlux puba, 2010

Sound installation / performance.Dimensions variable

qlux puba, 2010

Image: Marcos Morilla


200 Mexican jumping beans perform live an "open score" written by Daniel Romero in Pure Data. Depending on its intensity, each jump triggers a sound, chosen by a computer from a sound menu made up of 24 instruments, divided into two double sections and organised in a range of 4 to 8 notes for each instrument with one to four octaves per note.
Thus, the beans are members of a living, organic orchestra advancing randomly and in pitch darkness, driven solely by their vital need to keep moving forward to no particular place.

Daniel  Romero

Born in Asturias in 1980

Visualizing Sound
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2012

Representations of Sound in Contemporary Creation

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