Randall Smith

Randall Smith

Randall Smith began composing initially with experimental film, working with filmmakers living in his hometown of Toronto. In 1987 he composed his first solo tape piece, Fleeting Wheels of Changes. From this point until 1995 Randall Smith composed purely electroacoustic music. In 1992 he began to study the violin under Eugene Kash. Unknown to him at the time the real direction that this would lead to would be the writing for instruments and tape (mixed electroacoustic music). In 1995, after meeting cellist Daniel Domb, he composed his first mixed piece Continental Rift, for cello and tape. Since then Randall Smith has composed several other mixed pices.

Sondes

Randall Smith

empreintes DIGITALes – 1999

Miniatures concrètes

empreintes DIGITALes – 1998

L’oreille voit

Randall Smith

empreintes DIGITALes – 1994