Klaim (2012)

The full title of this piece is Klaim and its Stochastic Semantics. That is the name of a paper that I discovered while searching for a replacement component for one of my synthesizers. I don't fully understand the implications of the paper but I like the title.

The piece uses a sample of Tim Brickel on drums, although it's processed through a MAX patch I made that varies the playback speed according to an envelope that changes over time. I also wanted to only use one note in this track, although there are many pitches. The note is B flat.


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Klaim appears on the album Fractures.