Musique de l’Odyssée sonore
- Claude Schryer
- Year composed: 1996-97
- Duration: 11:38
- Instrumentation: stereo fixed medium
"Sound Odyssey is a world symphony! Throughout the journey, one is invited to discover the multiplicity of levels of sound as creative material and as an echo of everyday life."
Musique de l’Odyssée sonore (Sound Odyssey Music) is a collection of seven electroacoustic miniatures from Louis Ricard’s National Film Board of Canada (
I worked on this film as consultant, on-screen participant and composer. During post-production, I collaborated closely with sound designer Claude Langlois in the development of the soundtrack. From the extensive collection of sounds recorded during the shooting of the film in 1995 and 1996 in Québec City I composed electroacoustic transformations of Québec’s soundscapes which connect narrative elements in the film.
This is a revised and condensed version of the original music from the film.
Musique de l’Odyssée sonore was composed in my home studio and at
empreintes DIGITALes / 1997
Musique de l’Odyssée sonore (1996-97, 11:38) by Claude Schryer