A part of the The Future Is… Festival: Open G Records presents Music in The Constellation: An In-Person Immersive Audio Experience, an invitation to our community to engage with National Sawdust’s performance space and to explore the possibilities and nuance of our state-of-the-art sound technology.
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Open G Records presents Music in The Constellation: An In-Person Immersive Audio Experience, an invitation to our community to engage with National Sawdust’s performance space and to explore the possibilities and nuance of our state-of-the-art sound technology. Composer Greg Wilder and our Director of Sound and Technical Design Garth MacAleavey have curated a guided tour of contemporary electronic music using the full array of speakers that make up National Sawdust’s Meyer Sound Constellation.
From works written for a single moving speaker to music exploiting the full 102-speaker Constellation, visitors will be able to experience the depth and profundity of true Spatial Sound. This free audio tour includes the world premiere of a new 360-degree realization of Karlheinz Stockhausen's 1955 work "Gesang der Jünglinge" and a new stereophonic immersive audio track, built from the original tape transfers, from the great composer and rock artist Frank Zappa. Join us to experience the entirety of the Meyer Sound Constellation and its revolutionary Spacemap sound design.
Greg Wilder: Atlas (2022)
Frank Zappa: While You Were Art II (1985)
Kui Dong: Flying Apples (1995)
Karlheinz Stockhausen: Gesang der Jünglinge (1955-56)
Wolfgang Mitterer: Hallo, Mr. Bruckner (2009)
Allan Schindler: Vivre (2008)
Jean-Phillippe Rameau/Greg Wilder: Zaïs – Overture (1748/2022)