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==Human Instructions==
 
==Human Instructions==
  
* players are designated player #1 - player #5
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'''performers'''
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* (ahead of time) performers are designated #1 - #5
  
 
* turn on computer (all)
 
* turn on computer (all)
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* let additional 30 seconds pass, player 4 closes lid on computer, leaves stage
 
* let additional 30 seconds pass, player 4 closes lid on computer, leaves stage
 
* let additional 30 seconds pass, player 5 closes lid on computer, leaves stage
 
* let additional 30 seconds pass, player 5 closes lid on computer, leaves stage
* end of
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* end of piece (EOP)
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'''conductor'''
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* signal the start of piece, leave stage
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==Program Notes==
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This piece explores an alternative spelling of the word 'the', as well as the shininess of the laptop logo in a dark performance environment.

Revision as of 20:03, 28 September 2006

Teh Example

  • for 5 laptops + 5 humans + no additional amplification.
  • composer: Teh Composer
  • duration: 3'
  • software used: OS X


Laptop Instructions

  • turn apple logo to face audience
  • make sure nothing is plugged into the headphone jack
  • turn off as many lights as possible
  • (if audio is required, might be good to state output/input audio devices to use in System Preferences and initial volume level)


Human Instructions

performers

  • (ahead of time) performers are designated #1 - #5
  • turn on computer (all)
  • let 60 seconds pass, player 1 closes lid on computer, leaves stage
  • let additional 30 seconds pass, player 2 closes lid on computer, leaves stage
  • let additional 30 seconds pass, player 3 closes lid on computer, leaves stage
  • let additional 30 seconds pass, player 4 closes lid on computer, leaves stage
  • let additional 30 seconds pass, player 5 closes lid on computer, leaves stage
  • end of piece (EOP)

conductor

  • signal the start of piece, leave stage


Program Notes

This piece explores an alternative spelling of the word 'the', as well as the shininess of the laptop logo in a dark performance environment.