Variations Of An Ordinary Day

It was composed using field recordings and DSP methods, driven by a neural network. The sounds were recorded from lakes, tree trunks, and ant nests with a hydrophone, along with spatial recordings of birds to capture the sonic behaviors of environmental elements. The extracted data from the analysis drives a neural network that re-constructs the original recordings and controls the processing and synthesis units. It depicts a cyclic narration of a 24-hour period in the Hague, the Netherlands, starting from insect activities in Haagse Bos, expanding in scale, and ending in human activities in the construction site of Amare in the center of the city.
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