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CMMR
2007
Springer
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Improving Musical Expressiveness by Time-Varying Brightness Shaping
Abstract. Former studies show that removing brightness temporal variations of tones in an expressive clarinet performance induces a decrease in the appreciation judgments among lis...
Mathieu Barthet, Richard Kronland-Martinet, S&osla...
CMMR
2007
Springer
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Real-Time Analysis of Sensory Dissonance
We describe a tool for real-time musical analysis based on a measure of roughness, the principal element of sensory dissonance. While most historical musical analysis is based on t...
John MacCallum, Aaron Einbond
CMMR
2007
Springer
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Rule-Based Expressive Modifications of Tempo in Polyphonic Audio Recordings
This paper describes a few aspects of a system for expressive, rule-based modifications of audio recordings regarding tempo, dynamics and articulation. The input audio signal is fi...
Marco Fabiani, Anders Friberg
CMMR
2007
Springer
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Understanding Emotion in Raag: An Empirical Study of Listener Responses
A survey of emotion in North Indian classical music was undertaken to determine the type and consistency of emotional responses to raag. Participants listened to five oneminute r...
Parag Chordia, Alex Rae
CMMR
2007
Springer
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Placement of Sound Sources in the Stereo Field Using Measured Room Impulse Responses
Current advances in techniques have made it possible to simulate reverberation effects in real world performance spaces by convolving dry instrument signals with physically measur...
William D. Haines, Jesse R. Vernon, Roger B. Danne...
CMMR
2007
Springer
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NN Music: Improvising with a 'Living' Computer
A live algorithm describes an ideal autonomous performance system able to engage in performance with abilities analogous, if not identical, to a human musician. This paper proposes...
Michael Young
CMMR
2007
Springer
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A Musical Framework with Swarming Robots
In this paper, we describe an approach to a musical framework with interactions among numerous physical autonomous devices. The devices behave as metaphors of life and self-organiz...
Yuta Uozumi, Masato Takahashi, Ryoho Kobayashi
CMMR
2007
Springer
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Emergent Rhythms through Multi-agency in Max/MSP
This paper presents a multiple-agent architecture created in Max/ MSP that generates polyphonic rhythmic patterns which continuously evolve and develop in a musically intelligent m...
Arne Eigenfeldt
CMMR
2007
Springer
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A Network-Based Framework for Collaborative Development and Performance of Digital Musical Instruments
This paper describes the design and implementation of a framework designed to aid collaborative development of a digital musical instrument mapping layer1 . The goal was to create ...
Joseph Malloch, Stephen Sinclair, Marcelo M. Wande...
CMMR
2007
Springer
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Between Mapping, Sonification and Composition: Responsive Audio Environments in Live Performance
This paper describes recent work on a large-scale, interactive theater performance entitled Schwelle as a platform to pose critical questions around the conception, design and imp...
Christopher L. Salter, Marije A. J. Baalman, Danie...
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