Jet Stream is a work for flute and live computer processing.
The interactive electroacoustics in Jet Stream are created through the use of an underlying virtual model of a flute. This "hybrid" virtual instrument is controlled through parameters such as bore length, blow intensity, pressure, canal width, labium position. The "real" acoustic flute sounds are analysed with respect to tone colour, volume envelopes, frequency and spectral content. These sonic gestures are then mapped to performance parameters for the computer's virtual flute sonification. Of course the virtual flute doesn't have to conform to the physical constraints of the "real-world".