Voices 1 This is the first piece in a series of arrangements around the question of the role of voices producing spatial difference and distance, or rather proximity. In Voices 1, a basic spatial envelope is created by a modular synth through a virtual space configuration. This envelope is the foundation of an interplay of two voices, counterpointing each other within this space. With one voice, being a human voice, and the other one generated by a midi saxophone, we want to discover the idiosyncrasies of each voice, and at the same time the potentials of their interplay. How do the different materialities of the voices (human voice and midi sax synth voice) create different meanings in space? How do they create proximity and distance on their own? How are they using their interplay to do so? And how can they appropriate the acoustic response of the modular synthesizer, created by the virtual spatial conditions?
Martina Buzzi, Midi Saxophone
Nicolas Buzzi, Modular Synthesizer
Li Tavor, Vocals