Current directions in computer music research



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Includes bibliographies and index.

Statementedited by Max V. Mathews and John R. Pierce..
SeriesSystem Development Foundation benchmark series -- 2
ContributionsMathews, Max V., Pierce, John R. 1910-
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 432 p. :
Number of Pages432
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ISBN 100262631393

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These twenty-one original contributions by composers, behavioral scientists, engineers, and other specialists from many of the international centers of research in computer music provide an inside report on the most sophisticated aspects of digital synthesis, control and understanding of musical sound, and related work on perception.

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Moore, F.R. Spatialization of Sounds over Loudspeakers. in M.V. Mathews and J.R. Pierce, Current Directions in Computer Music Research. Cambridge- MIT Press, Google Scholar Digital Library. Historically, the first application of computers to music resulted in compositions such as Hiller and Isaacson's famous Illiac Suite for string quartet.

In this work, a mainframe (q.v.) computer was used to emulate stochastically well-known musical stylistic rules, and derive some of its own in a very loosely constrained random compositional procedure. Computer Music: Synthesis, Composition, and Performance ; By Charles Dodge. Current Directions in Computer Music Research ; By Max V.

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Mathews and John R. Pierce Hardcover $ Paperback $ MIT Press. Footer. Books. This paper will describe the multi-user interactive music system known as the Jam-O-Drum developed at Interval Research Corporation.1 By combining velocity sensitive input devices and computer graphics imagery into an integrated tabletop surface, up to six simultaneous players are able to participate in a collaborative approach to musical improvisation.

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Alice Boyle and Ellen Waterman --Ecomusicology, ethnomusicology, and. Abstract. In this paper we present an automatic Evolutionary Music Composer algorithm and a preliminary prototype software that implements it. The specific music composition problem that we consider is the so called unfigured (or figured) bass problem: a bass line is given (sometimes with information about the chords to use) and the automatic composer has to write other 3 voices to have a.

The use of the wavelet transform for the analysis, synthesis and processing of speech and music sounds. Computer Music Journal 12 (4): (sound examples on soundsheet with 13 (1), ). Google Scholar Cross Ref.Further reading. Adrianus J. M. Houtsma, Julius L.

Goldstein, "Percepetion of Musical Intervals: Evidence for the Central Origin of the Pitch of Complex Tones", Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Research Laboratory of Electronics, Technical ReportOctober 1, Adrian Wehlte, Trios for Two, Practice book with combination tones for two flutes or two recorders – Explanation and.Current directions in computer music researchedited by M.

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