This source preferred by Tom Davis
Authors: Davis, T., Geistweidt, J., Renaud, A. and Dixon, J.
Start date: 30 May 2011
This performance begins with a brief structured improvisation presenting acoustic sources that serve to excite the network. Subsequently, this material is shared, transformed, and reintroduced into the composition. This process continues through successive generations until a predetermined time or a point at which the composition naturally concludes. Typically ensemble members are distributed, thus remote acoustics and network characteristics shape the performance. Remote participants are represented locally on stage by a mono speaker enabling the local audiences to hear the movement and transformation of audio through the networked instrument.