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Textual and Sonic Feedback Loops: Simultaneous conversations as a collaborative process

cmetq is an concert length work for baritone voice with live processing and fixed electronics and video projection. The text was created to highlight notions of etiquette as- sociated with the emergence of the telephone in the 19th century and social media/mobile telephony in the 20th cen- tury. The text was collaboratively realized and began as a series of tweets between the authors that were collected and edited. This paper will illustrate the motivation for this work and how that influences the formal design, the unique workflow for composing this work and how we col- lectively developed and brought this concert length work to the stage.


Christopher Jette     web site
University of Iowa
United States

nathan krueger    
university of oshkosh
United States


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