Noise Patterns

Tristan

 

Expanding on Tristan Perich’s previous tonal works for electronic circuits and acoustic instruments, Noise Patterns was a composition for sequenced one-bit patterns of white noise, programmed for and performed by microchip. The music was an investigation into the foundational limits of computation.

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