Akira Rabelais (born 1966, South Texas, lives and works in Los Angeles) is a composer, software developer and author. His software, “Argeïphontes Lyre,” allows audio and visual manipulations with morphologies and distorted sounds. Akira studied composition, electronic music and orchestration with Bill Dixon. He earned a Master degree under the direction of Morton Subotnick and Tom Erbe at California Institute of the Art. According to Rabelais, writing software can be compare to writing poetry.
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An electroacoustic meditation on memories and on the persistence of the aura in a particular place, inspired by Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain.