Journal articles and papers

Livecell: Real-Time Score Generation Through Interactive Generative Composition: Ash, Kingsley and Dr. Nikos Stavropoulos

Automatic Notation Generators: Barrett, G. Douglas, Michael Winter, and Harris Wulfson

LiveScore: Real-Time Notation in the Music of Harris Wulfson: Barrett, G. Douglas and Michael Winter. “LiveScore: Real-Time Notation in the Music of Harris Wulfson.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 55-62.

The Wrist-Conductor: Clay, Arthur and Dennis Majoe. “The Wrist-Conductor.” Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, New York, New York, June 6-10, 2007.

Unbounded: Aos & The GoingPublik Software: Clay, Arthur, Thomas Frey, and Jürg Gutknecht. “Unbounded: Aos & The GoingPublik Software.”

A GPS Interface for Public Art Use: Clay, Arthur and Dennis Majoe. “A GPS Interface for Public Art Use.” Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 2006, Boston, Massachusetts, July 30-August 3, 2006.

Inventing Malleable Scores: From Paper to Screen Based Scores: Clay, Arthur. “Inventing Malleable Scores: From Paper to Screen Based Scores.” Digital Art Weeks and Interactive Futures 2006/2007, Zurich, Switzerland and Victoria, BC, Canada. Selected Papers.

Preface: Virtual Scores and Real-Time Playing: Clay, Arthur and Jason Freeman. “Preface: Virtual Scores and Real-Time Playing.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 1-2.

You Can Play It Too: The Virtuoso Audience: Clay, Arthur. “You Can Play It Too: The Virtuoso Audience.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 63-73.

Extending Music Notation Through Programming: Roger B. Dannenberg

Density Trajectory Studies: Organizing Improvised Sound: Didkovsky, Nick. “Density Trajectory Studies: Organizing Improvised Sound.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 75-80.

Real-Time Notation Using Brainwave Control: Eaton, Joel and Eduardo Miranda

Real-time Composition as Performance Ecosystem: Eigenfeldt, Arne. “Real-time Composition as Performance Ecosystem.” Organized Sound 16, 2 (June 2011): 145-153.

Technology, Real-Time Notation, and Audience Participation in Flock: Freeman, Jason and Mark Godfrey

Tools for Real-Time Music Notation: Freeman, Jason and Andrew Colella. “Tools for Real-Time Music Notation.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 101-13.

For Jason Freeman’s more comprehensive list, click here.
Extreme Sight-Reading, Mediated Expression, and Audience Participation: Real-Time Music Notation in Live Performance: Freeman, Jason. “Extreme Sight-Reading, Mediated Expression, and Audience Participation: Real-Time Music Notation in Live Performance.” Contemporary Music Journal 32, 3 (Fall 2008): 25-41.

Composing for Networks: Hajdu, Georg

On the Evolution of Music Notation in Network Music Environments: Hajdu, Georg and Nick Didkovsky. “On the Evolution of Music Notation in Network Music Environments.” Contemporary Music Review 28, 4/5 (August/October 2009): 395-407.

Notation in the Context of Quintet.net Projects: Hajdu, Georg, Kai Niggemann, Adam Siska and Andrea Szigetvari. “Notation in the Context of Quintet.net Projects.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 39-53.

Drawn from Sound: Australian Graphic Music Scores: Catalog for the 2013 exhibition on graphic scores curated by Cat Hope.

Visualising the Score: Screening Scores in Realtime Performance: Hope, Cat and Lindsay Vickery. “Visualising the Score: Screening Scores in Realtime Performance.” Proceedings of the Diegetic Life Form II: Creative Arts Practice and New Media Scholarship Conference, Murdoch University, Western Australia, September 3-5, 2010.

Screen Scores: New Media Music Manuscripts: Hope, Cat. “Screen Scores: New Media Music Manuscripts.” Paper presented at the International Computer Music Conference, Huddersfield, UK, July 31-August 5, 2011.

Real-time Score Generation for Extensible Open Forms: Kim-Boyle, David. “Real-time Score Generation for Extensible Open Forms.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 3-15.

Extending the KLANGPILOT Score Language for Real-Time Notation: Kretz, Johannes. “Extending the KLANGPILOT Score Language for Real-Time Notation.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 29-37.

Real-Time Music Notation in Mixed Laptop–Acoustic Ensembles: Lee, Sang Won and Jason Freeman

Real-Time Music Notation, Collaborative Improvisation, and Laptop Ensembles: Lee, Sang Won, Jason Freeman, and Andrew Collela

Live Random Concepts and Sight-Reading Players: The Role of the Computer in the Era of Digested Digitalism: Muenz, Harald. “Live Random Concepts and Sight-Reading Players: The Role of the Computer in the Era of Digested Digitalism.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 81-7.

Notating the Unpredictable: Rebelo, Pedro. “Notating the Unpredictable.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 17-27.

The Evolution of Notational Innovations from the Mobile Score to the Screen Score: Vickery, Lindsay

Virtuoso Audiovisual Realtime Performance: Weixler, Andreas, and Se-Lien Chuang

The Realtime-Score: A Missing-Link in Computer-Music Performance: Winkler, Gerhard E. “The Real-Time-Score: A Missing-Link in Computer-Music Performance.”

The Real-Time-Score: Nucleus and Fluid Opus: Winkler, Gerhard E. “The Real-Time-Score: Nucleus and Fluid Opus.” Contemporary Music Review 29, 1 (February 2010): 89-100.

 

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