Ilya Ziblat

llya Ziblat

live- / interactive electronics

  Live-electronics interface / work. The design was inspired by analogue tape (reel-to-reel) composition techniques as well as by granular synthesis processing. The digital interface is used for real-time processing. It follows my finger’s movements and pressure (playing a touch-sensitive MIDI controller), controlling the sound-processing parameters while...

For ensemble and computer-controlled organ, commissioned and played by ensemble CatchPenny, Orgelpark (Amsterdam)...

live-electronics work / computer interface, real-time processing of samples...

For ensemble (open instrumentation). The musicians alternate between solo and group playing, and the work also features voices however without prescribed text, resulting in pseudo language open for free interpretation....

An interactive live-electronics system. The Instrument can be performed in a concert setting or as a sound installation....

  Commissioned by ensemble Meitar→. For fl. cl. vl. vla. vcl. pno. and live-electronics Premiere: 5 July 2012 Levontin 7, Tel Aviv, Israel (ensemble Meitar, cond. Guy Feder) ...

Unmixable Elements was written for the MAE ensemble (formerly the Maarten Altena Ensemble)—cl., trb., elect. guit., vl., db., organ, electronics— and Leine & Roebana dance company (Metamorfoses→ ). The work is composed form several parts that were performed simultaneously in different locations in and around the...

  Live soundtracks for silent movies carry a double role: a musical score, accompanying the movie's narrative, highlighting climax point and creating subtle psychological subtexts; as well as, they fill in the 'missing' post-production effects for these silent-film era. I was lucky to be invited by Amir...