The timbre of the voice, its breaking, fragmentation, hidden melodies, internal life and, once again, the voice.
Constructed using a recorded text, subsequently processed with proliferation and granular synthesis systems to obtain timbre textures and polyphonies.
All the sounds that intervene in the work have been obtained from processing the voice recording which, in turn, appears in the work as a linear discourse.
The tensions between the recited text and the manipulated text establish an agonising and direct relationship between the literary image, the verbal message and the timbre play that engulfs it. From a sonorous point of view, it is all destroyed and reconstructed, just as it happens in the textual message.
Electroschotis is an electro-acoustic remake of a Schotis with Flamenco elements. It was conceived - among other acousmatic uses - for being amplified through loudspeakers in minaret style in strategic points of the city at dawn, nightfall and midday Fridays. It represents an alternative call (although not exclusive) to the religious call (traditionally in the form of a bell or Adhan) as an invocation to social and racial integration, as well as to civic mindedness and lost hope.Miguel Gil. Electroschotis. 1'45''