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Modul Projects is a collection of electronic musicians and arts who design and deliver artistic residencies and workshops.

Schematics within architectural and interior design are an example of instruction in which interpretation is not subjective.  A design schematic is a true representation of an object intended for construction.  Flaw in design equals flaw in truth in relation to the completed object as intended.  In comparison, musical notation allows for a degree subjective interpretation.  Design schematic as score is the dualistic: instructional to enable reading yet with parameters that are open to subjective interpretation.  Subsequent realisation is wholly instructive; it requires mathematical rigour to be definitively representative of the contracted object.  One way in which design schematic differs from notated music is perspective: the realisation of both is three-dimensional yet only schematic considers multi-perspective instructions. 

Exploration of design schematic as notation offers a potentially valuable method of instructions for the realisation of composition: true sonic representation of a physical object.  An object's existence as sound implicates questions that have a deep philosophical resonance with objectivity and perception.

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