A current composer and media artist in Vancouver, BC. Jeremy J. Hartmann is currently studying Music Composition under David MacIntyre, Janet Danielson, Martin Gotfrit, Arne Eigenfeldt, and Barry Truax at the School for Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University.
Contact: jhartman (at) sfu (dot) ca
Photo by Sean Shin
Workshop at SFU with the Quatuor Bozzini in the Student Composers Kitchen 2012.
Piece: Made from Concentrate
For: String Quartet
Composer: J. J. Hartmann
Video from the premiere
Ipsum Sola is performance software that enables the user to perform audio manipulation on a single solo instrumentalist, like: control a incoming audio signal, manipulate that audio path with various DSP effects processing, mix effects in parallel, and spatialize audio output to a maximum of 8 speakers.
In effect, this gives the performer the ability to spatialize, sample and manipulate audio in such a way that allows many possible sonic outcomes.
Music composition tool used in the creation of 'Into the Metaverse on Some Cosmological Bubble'.
Generative music creation software.
Cycling74 Project Page
for string quintet:
"And then, the Earth being small, mankind will migrate into space, and will cross the airless Saharas which separate planet from planet and sun from sun. The Earth will become a Holy Land which will be visited by pilgrims from all the quarters of the Universe. Finally, men will master the forces of Nature; they will become themselves architects of systems, manufacturers of worlds."
- Winwood Reade, THE MARTYRDOM OF MAN, 1872
FULL SCORE PDF - Cluster M81
SOUNDCLOUD LISTING HERE
A Response to an inFlux of Concentrated Energy
is a new compostion by Jeremy J Hartmann for Flute, Trombone, Alto Saxophone and Contrabass. Its based of the sounds of the Big Bang from the beginning of time.
It was preformed on December 1st, 2011 at its premier in the Gold Corp Centre for the Arts.
Sonic Boom 2012 - Western Front Theatre - Late March
Sonic Boom Recording Available Here!