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Visual Music in a Visual Programming Language

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Visual Music in a Visual Programming Language
Sonnet was designed as a visual language for implementing real-time processes. Early design and development of behavioral components has largely focused on the domain of music programming. However, Sonnet's architecture is well suited to expressing many kinds of real-time activities. In particular, Sonnet is easily extended with new kinds of data types and behavioral components. We have developed a collection of visual output components for Sonnet, referred to collectively as Sonnet+Imager. Its design embodies aesthetically grounded representations of color, form, and rhythm, as well as dynamics for each. Moreover, its value is enhanced by a flexible, modular architecture that treats these graphic entities and operations as first-class objects.
Fred L. Collopy, Robert M. Fuhrer, David H. Jameso
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Type Conference
Year 1999
Where VL
Authors Fred L. Collopy, Robert M. Fuhrer, David H. Jameson
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