In this piece, human operators type to make sounds, while their machines
synthesize, synchronize, and spatialize the audio. Every key on the
computer keyboard (upper/lower-case letters, numbers, symbols) is mapped
to a distinct pitch (using the key's ASCII representation) and when
pressed, emits a clicking sound that is synchronized in time to a common
pulse. A (human) conductor coordinates frequency range, texture,
movement, and timing.