Hard to put on a few words, but the Holofractal Music project is a new approach on interactive music creation and listening, based on semiotic transductions of dance, poetry, performance, video, movies, theatre, gestures or anything that moves into fractal sounds. The research dates from the 1980’s, when I was advised by composers as H.-J. Koellreutter (1915-2003) and Conrado Silva de Marco (1940-2014), which were students and teachers of Luigi Nono, John Cage, Karlheinz Stockhausen and Pierre Boulez, my Aesthetics “grandfathers”.
This is accomplished, mostly, by means of a software I developed in my Ph.D. research called HTMI – Holofractal Transducer of Music and Image System. It is a free software, licensed under Creative Commons, and you may download it here.
Eufrasio Prates, Ph.D.