Musique électroacoustique latino-américaine

Rodrigo Segnini-Sequera (Venezuela)

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Rodrigo Segnini-Sequera (born in Caracas, 1968) studied electronic music, piano and musicology in Venezuela; then he focused on audio digital signal processing (spectral and physical models) at CCRMA, Stanford University, in the United States; and later he moved to Japan to work at DeOS-Electronic Music Studio at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music.

Among other pieces he composed: "Maratsade" for tape in 1992; "Pekuek", for synthesizer and electronics, 1994; "Pekuek II" for tape in 1994-1995; "MPCSSCVEV {Imp-loro}", portable music for computer, synthesizer, sampler, wind controller and live performer based on fantastic situations in Caracas in 1995; "Madriz" for CD-ROM, special concert version for 2-channel tape, in 1995-1996; "Pamine" for piano and 4 channel tape in 1996-1997; "Geidai" for 8 channel tape, in 1999-2000.

Segnini wrote for his graduation at the Arts School of Central University of Venezuela (Trabajo Especial de Grado - Universidad Central de Venezuela, Facultad de Humanidades y Educación, Escuela de Artes) in 1994: "Comprender la música electroacústica y su expresión en Venezuela" (To understand electroacoustic music and his expression in Venezuela).

(text updated: october, 2003)

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