Cray is Melbourne-based composer Ross Healy, currently studying "the history of electronic music and noise-making machines". He describes his work as an attempt to fuse organic movement - nature - into his computer compositions.
Influenced by both contemporary digital technology and early sound pioneers like Pierre Henry, David Tudor and Tod Dockstader, Healy has abandoned traditional instruments and structures, opting for a more open ended creative methodology that allows for accidents and contrast.
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