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This paper proposes a relational model for electroacoustic composition practice. Informed by a socio-musical imagination, the paper focuses on cultivating response practices of the composer with more-than-human1 agents. It is interested in working within an entangled network of relationalities in the process of musical composition. Using this model as a springing board, the paper questions and re-figures some of the conventional ways of thinking about the concepts of poietic agency, its’ relations, and of multivalence within the composition practice.