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Interactive Aural Analysis has been developed by Michael Clarke as a new approach to studying electroacoustic music.  This approach uses software to emphasise the aural and allow interactive engagement with music and the techniques used to produce it.  This is especially important in a repertoire that often does not have a written trace (in the form of score) and in which the techniques are less commonly understood.  For example, analytical charts are presented on screen with buttons enabling the reader to hear the sounds.  Reductive sketches are produced aurally and interactive exercises enable readers to recreate the techniques used by the composer and experiment with them.

 

 

 

 

Watch these video tutorials to find out more about the Wind Chimes analysis