38: Jacques La Fontine

I use analog sound synthesis as a medium to create unique and dynamic electronic works that speak to the fluidity and malleability of sound.

In my work, I use a range of analog sound synthesis techniques such as subtractive synthesis, frequency modulation, and wavetable synthesis to create pieces that are both sonically rich and conceptually engaging. I am particularly interested in exploring the relationship between sound and technology, and I often use my art to comment on the ways in which digital and analog worlds intersect.

I also use analog sound synthesis to create immersive, multi-sensory experiences, where the audience can interact with the artwork in real-time, and the piece responds to their movement. This creates a new relationship between the audience, the artwork and the technology behind it.