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SLIL

SLIL

SLIL (in Hebrew: reel, e.g. a tape reel) is a live-electronics work. It can be performed as solo work for a computer musician or as an interaction between live-electronics and other improvising musicians. It is programmed in SuperCollider as a live-electronics interface for free improvisation.

Solo version (recorded for the Conference on Artistic Research in Music of the Pyrenees, 2020):

This work is also released as a studio album under the name Strings and Syllables:

https://ilyaziblat.bandcamp.com/album/strings-and-syllables