RackFX: A Cloud-Based Solution for Analog Signal Processing
(Upcoming) S. Peuquet & D. Jones. Paper for presentation as Poster/Demo session at ICMC 2016, Utrecht, NL.
On the Transvergence of Art and Idea: A call to compose the possibility of no music.
Paper presented at the 2016 Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the U.S. National Conference (SEAMUS 2016).
Music and Ontological Incompeteness: A Speculative Approach to Composition
Ph.D. Dissertation (November, 2013). A .zip file containing a PDF of the text and supplemental SuperCollider 3 code can be downloaded here.
Between the Two: A Readdress of the Listener in Situated Musical Practice
Paper presented at the 2012 Toronto Electroacoustic Symposium (TES 2012).
The Florida League for Indeterminate Performance: Idealism and Failure in Improvisatory Laptop Ensemble Performance
S.Peuquet, A.S. Neal, B. O'Brien, and T. Garrison (authors). Paper presented at the 2012 Symposium on Laptop Ensembles and Orchestras (SLEO 2012).
Here's a .pdf of my masters thesis from 2007. "Discoverable Composition", is defined as composing music for audiences that may not be explicitly aware of music happening in their environment. The paper discusses musical issues relevant to situationist thought, sound contextualization, and site specificty.
Not Just Sound
a blog-site featuring a curious mix of music, art, criticism, speculation, and longer analytical pieces about the role and future of the arts in western society.
A Few More Words About Times Square
Article published in Musicworks magazine, no. 114 (Winter, 2012). Winning entry for the 2012 Sonic Geographies writing contest.