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Program Notes for Interfusion
by Thomas Miley

Interfusion is an interactive sound installation that employs a sonar sensing system, 3-dimensional sound placement techniques and computers running sophisticated tracking software to create an immersive sound environment. It explores a typical Western relationship of humans to nature and suggests what potentially rich environmental sound (and other) worlds open up, if one alters that relationship. The nature sounds recordings are from the Oakland Museum's California Library of Natural Sounds.

Thomas Miley is a composer, instrumentalist, programmer and sound designer. He currently works on CD-ROM titles for the Multimedia Studio at SEGA of America. Special thanks to Tim McFadden for some of the tracking software. Tim is a frequent cyberspace traveler and designer of cyberdecks for Indra's Net Farm.

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