Irrepolarity by Tape published on 2013/11/27 17:21:49 +0000 Irrepolarity FOR ORGAN The organ-synthesizer (with any organ sound) must be set so that when any note is played, its dominant is clearly heard as an overtone. If the piece is performed in an acoustic organ, then each note must be played by putting a weight, so that it is sustained. Also, the weights can be connected to each other, so that many weights can be lifted at the same time, when needed. If the piece is played on a synthesiser, then a sustain pedal can be used together with weights. The player is not supposed to practise the piece; he is supposed to perform it once in his life. He/She can only make an imaginary performance in his/her head and make sure that he/she knows what he/she has to do before he/she performs it. The reason for this is that he/she has to decide when notes are added or removed. He/She should add or remove a note when he/she feels that the sound that is reproduced is absorbed and scanned at the maximum possible level for him/her. Therefore, whenever the performer feels that the movement created by the overtones repeats itself he should slowly move to the next set of notes.