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Conducting a student ensemble at Lamont School of Music, Denver University, which performed Momin’s composition, “Hava”, April 2012
Excerpt from a workshop at University of North Colorado, showcasing a blend of electro-acoustic elements as well as shifting between multiple time-signatures, April 2011
The following are 3 non-continuous excerpts from an hour-long music workshop conducted at Concordia College in Montreal, QC, Canada in 2010. The workshop was sponsored by the Concordia Music Department and the Concordia Electro-Acoustic Studies Student Association (CESSA).
Tarana demonstrates their unique approach to creating music using two laptops that are “synced” to each other, to create musical cohesion, and also to add another layer of control and engage the tension between fixed vs. dynamic electronics
Greg Heffernan explains his unique usage of Ableton LIVE in conjunction with his cello-playing, in the context of musical performance/improvisation.
Tarana demonstrate how to creatively sub-divide a 7/4 ostinato pattern, in the context of live electronically generated loops, using Ableton Live, in an improvisational setting.