Throat is an examination of using site-specific and unusual acoustic environments as a catalyst for compositional expression as well as a tool to transform and transcend the timbral and aesthetic qualities associated with the recorder as an instrument.

Anechoic Chamber: extremely fast, staccato, agressive and dense rhythmic layers breaks the silence in the room without any reverberation. This musical expression is a sort of sonification of the extreme amount of sharp and intense sound-absorping spikes that penetrate the space from every direction. The gridlike, agressive and enclosing qualities of the room is highlighted further by spatializing the music in a way which gives the listener the impression of being “attacked” from every direction.