QUANTUM SOUP ORCHESTRA SOLO MALE VOICE CHOIR
Using Simon's QUANTUM SOUP algorithmic compositional methods, a laptop computer generated primary "seed notes" on-the-fly, and instantly broadcast them via a radio link to Simon's earphones . He then simply sang the stream of notes fed to him. The SoundSpiral repeatedly replayed Simon's singing, as more new notes were piled on top, resulting in the glorious cacophony of a massed male voice choir. Comments of passersby included "amazing" and "mesmerizing".
The QUANTUM SOUP ORCHESTRA SOLO MALE VOICE CHOIR is Simon Le Boggit's first attempt at bringing his algorithmic music compositional methods to a live performance.
Its debut inside the SoundSpiral in Lincoln (UK) during
GNARL fest 2014 offered a rare opportunity to experiment with the effects of note-density in a powerful high fidelity surround-sound sonic environment - the SoundSpiral harbours 52 independently channeled speakers.
Audio and video from this experimental session will be posted here, as it becomes available.