Most of the sounds created in these works are original waveforms constructed on the computer with mathematical models.
Building complex waveforms can be difficult and time-consuming.
I would like to thank the following artists and sound designers who have created inspirational and
foundational constructions from which I was able to fork my own versions.
Laurence Rapaccioli (Arksun)
Ed Ten Eyck
In the parlance of computer programming, a fork is a derivation of source code,
often taking the original in new directions, and sometimes altering the source in unrecognizable ways.
The following artists generously offered their immense talents for some of the analog mapping
used in these works, and I hope I’ve retained the spirit of their artistry.
Lara Ausensi, vocalist
Farida Rustamova, violin
Aleksey Igudesman, violin
Alejandro Regueira, viola
Vasily Bystoff, cello
Charlie Clouser, percussion
The digital art pieces on this site are original works I created for Imaginalia Institute, a private research organization exploring the nature of consciousness and the unconscious aspects of the human imagination. The collection is also displayed on the website of author and researcher Faith Harkey. The Imaginalia of Faith Harkey
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