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Ungklang-Angklung (binaural)
00:00 / 11:36
Ungklang-Angklung (short version, binaural)
00:00 / 01:33



8-channel fixed media,


WARNING: Contains high dynamic ranges and intense changes of loudness.

“Ungklang-Angklung” is a circular 8-channel composition based on recorded samples of 3-octave pseudo-chromatic angklung. Angklung is an instrument made of varying numbers of bamboo tubes originating from West Java, Indonesia.


While angklung constitutes individual acoustic instruments normally played by several people, in this context, all angklung samples are digitally spatialized to explore further their fundamental nature of being physically spatial instruments and electronically manipulated to explore their acousmatic potential.


Jay Afrisando

The angklung set was recorded using REAPER. The sample recording was entirely composed using SuperCollider from the beginning to the end.

performance 5

New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival 2020, New York City, NY, US in June 2020. (HELD VIRTUALLY DUE TO THE COVID19 PANDEMIC)

performance 4

SuperCollider Symposium 2020, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, US on 28 March 2020. (POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO THE COVID19 PANDEMIC)

performance 3

In Situ: Festival for Electronic Music and Sound Art 2019, Moon Palace Books, Minneapolis, MN, US on 7 December 2019.

performance 2

October Meeting Contemporary Music and Musicians 2019, Tembi Rumah Budaya, Yogyakarta, ID on 23 October 2019.

performance 1

Seoul International Computer Music Festival 2019, Platform-L, Seoul, KR on 13 October 2019.


Photo credit: Jay Afrisando. Event: Seoul International Computer Music Conference 2019.


Photo credit: Terry Perdanawati. Event: Ungklang-Angklung recording at STRUM Electronic Music Studio in December 2018.

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