William McClure is an artist, philosopher, theologian and lawyer who started experimenting with electronic sound in 2010. His background in music is in piano free improvisation and now he is exploring the improvisational end of audio effects on top of a range of sounds. In particular he plays with a digital capacity to improvise with the morphing of one sound out of another. This is meant to remind us of capacity immanent to sound itself - a capacity of production and arrangement that subverts the idea of a composer imposing a composition onto sound.
Edited by Drdoubleu on 9 Apr 2010, 11:16
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