The piece's primary sound source is the ARP 2600, a subtractive synthesizer that I had been experimenting with for the past few years. After deconstructing and processing the sounds created with the ARP, I superimposed them with other heterogeneous sounds, including vocal and plastic sounds, and compressed them together into complex sound conglomerations.
Ni Zheng is a composer, performer, and sound artist based in Boston, MA. Her work spans acoustic instrumental composition, fixed media, mixed media, and sound installation. She is pursuing her Bachelor of Music in Composition at the New England Conservatory.