Jeremy Jolley, Music


Composition for Piano and live electronics

Jeremy Jolley is completing a BA/BM in music composition at
the University of Washington. He is studying composition as well as
Live Electronics processing with Joshua Parmenter. His current
project, EisBerg for Piano and live electronics, aims at a aural
zooming affect inside the sound of the piano through the control of
its perpetual decay. Also, this work tries to reconcile the historic
perception of the sound of the piano with a new presentation of that
same sound via electronic means. The software used for this project
are SuperCollider and ATSH.