This is my piece for the first Csound assignment at Berklee with Dr. Boulanger, "Denominator." I would have uploaded it much sooner, but I couldn't decide what to do with the piece: I wanted to implement Dr. B's sole suggestion for improving the piece by replacing the background drone with synthesized note-list instructions in Csound instead of a looping sampled loscil of a Yamaha VSS-30 and my voice, but I simply have don't have the time to figure out the right opcodes, the right concept, the proper way of implementing it at the moment.
This is an additionally edited (+ approx. 2-3 hrs. of additional DSP) version of my submission for Dr. Boulanger's Fall 2009 Csound 6-Hour Catalog Challenge at Berklee College of Music. It is a rather tongue-in-cheek piece of music, and an experimental opportunity for me to play with a lot of DSP techniques I don't often use in my music (glitch edits, filter sweeps, extreme drop-ins of flanging, distortion, harmonics, EQ settings, etc.).
A review of the structure of the 6-Hour Catalog Challenge: