Exploring indeterminacy: Aleatorie is distinguished by its act of indeterminacy as a central pillar of the creative process. Randomly generated music and a foray into unpredictability give rise to unique and never reproducible compositions. This choice allows the project to escape the constraints of a predetermined musical structure, opening the door to new discoveries and surprising combinations of sounds.
Silence as a meaningful element: In the context of Aleatorie, silence is never empty or insignificant, but rather a compositional element. Silence is a focal point, an opportunity to reflect on ongoing sound experiences, amplifying the overall impact of aleatory music.
The pause as a creator of suspense: Another element that characterises Aleatorie is its ability to create tense and intense pauses within the composition. These pauses, charged with suspense and expectation, act as emotional catalysts, where the listener is suspended between moments of tension and release.
“And time is what opposes our desire to stop everything, to make the present not pass, to immobilize the immobile, to make the future hasten never to arrive.”
Henri Bergson
You are invited to put play to these indeterminate compositions, open them in multiple browsers, experiment with new combinations.