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The SICIB (Sistema Interactivo de Composicion e Improvisacion para Bailarines) is a computer system based on the use of sensors for interactive music composition. The system allows to obtain musical […]
Sensorband is a musical project involving Edwin van der Heide, Atau Tanaka and Zbigniew Karkowski. It is characterized by the use of computers with devices such as bioelectric sensors, infrared […]
RTCmix is a computer music software that looks like a new version of Cmix (by Paul Lansky), but able to work, unlike its predecessor, even in real time.
Music IVF is a sounds synthesis software developed by Arthur Roberts. Belongs to the Music N family and maintains a direct relationship with the Music IV. It was the first […]
JSyn is a tool for real time sounds synthesis. It is based on Units Generator concept introduced with Music N and is suitable to be used for stand-alone applications or […]
JMSL is a language based on Java, for experimenting with algorithmic music composition, live performance and the realization of intelligent tools.
The Illiac Suite is the first musical composition for traditional instruments that was made through computer-assisted composition by Lejaren Hiller and Leonard Isaacson.
The Music IVB is a computer music software for sound synthesis. It was the first, among the Music N, to be developed outside of Bell Labs and research conducted by […]
Music IV is a sound synthesis software for computer music. In chronological order is the fourth Music N programming language. Less obvious features, than its predecessor Music III, but equally […]
The Synthetic Performer is a computer system for virtual performer, able to provide live accompaniment during performances involving traditional instruments.
AA.VV. – Le son en nombres Year: 2004 Tracks: 10 Duration: 61 Min Label: INA/GRM (276532) Series: Archives GRM In 1974 was founded the Institut National de l’Audiovisuel (INA), which […]