Description: A multichannel piece inspired by supercomputing centers and how a supercomputing center of quantum computers would sound like. The journey starts from the experience of visiting the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BCS) in Barcelona and evolves to an imaginary space of a massive number of quantum computers where density, velocity and probability are the core elements explored.
Authors: Anna Xambó
Role: Concept and implementation.
Technologies: SuperCollider, FreeSound.org (sound samples), AudioTexture (Le Sound plugin).
Code: Coming soon.
- Music Performance of MareNostrum @ Cube Fest 2018. Cube Fest 2018, Moss Arts Center, Blacksburg, VA, USA. August 9, 2018.
- Xambó, A. (October 1, 2018). MareNostrum @ The Spatial Music Workshop & The Cube Fest 2018. In AudioCommons’s blog.
I am really thankful to the people and institutions who have helped me in this research: Sebastià Xambó (UPC), Ulises Cortés (BSC/UPC), Sergi Jordà (UPF), Pierre Alexandre Tremblay (University of Huddersfield), Gerard Roma (University of Huddersfield), Giulio Moro (Queen Mary University of London), Eric Lyon (Virginia Tech), Tanner Upthegrove (Virginia Tech), Ivica Ico Bukvic (Virginia Tech), DJ Malinowski (Virginia Tech) and Monica Bolles (Virginia Tech).
This work relates to the AudioCommons project, which is funded by the European Commission through the Horizon 2020 programme, research and innovation grant 688382.