Site-dependent sound performance/installation

Materials: computer-generated audio, b-format environmental audio recordings, doepfer A-100, 10+ loudspeakers, subwoofer(s), programming, controller
Duration and dimensions variable

Produced @ the Music Research Centre, York, GB 2010

Image: in:out @ A.S. Rymer Auditorium, York, GB 2010 (c) Marinos Koutsomichalis.

in:out brings different acoustic spaces together and explores the ways in which they correlate and antagonize each other in the same auditory nexus.

A site-dependent performative sound installation for computer-generated audio, full-sphere ambisonics and additional loudspeakers and subwoofers. Engaged in an ubiquitous interlocking, soundscapes move in and out of focus causing several streams of information to emerge and to dissolve, to territorialise and to deterritorialise and this way to immerse the listener in a multi-level listening experience.

Quad version available for digital download by ReductiveMusic.


Studio of Music Interaction and Polyphony [private] Rethymnon, GR (2011); AS Rymer Auditorium [private] York, GB (2010).


Reductive Music [digital download] Madrid, ES (2011).

Stereo studio version, York, GB 2010 (c) Marinos Koutsomichalis.

A.S. Rymer Auditorium set-up: full-sphere 16-channel ambisonics rig, 5 Genelec 1037C and a Genelec 7060A. York, GB 2010 (c) Marinos Koutsomichalis.

Studio of Music Interaction and Polyphony set-up: 2 Genelec 7060B, 6 Genelec 8040A and 8 Genelec 8050A. Rethymnon, GR 2010 (c) Marinos Koutsomichalis.