- Line Studies no. 1 : for piano and computer
- Point Studies no. 3 : for string quartet
- Point Studies no. 2 : for any 2 pitched instruments
- Point Studies no. 1a/1b : for any four pitched instruments and computer, or for solo pitched instrument and computer
- reTunings : for cello and electronics
- Music for 4 : for any 4 instruments
- Music for 2 : for any 2 instruments
- Valses and Etudes [2005 (rev. 2011)]: for piano and computer
- Tunings : for cello and computer
- Real-Time Generation of Open-Form Scores: Proceedings of the 2006 Digital Arts Week Symposium, Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule, Zürich 2006.
- Real-time Score Generation for Extensible Open-Form Environments: Contemporary Music Review, 29:10, 3-15 (2010)
- Musical Score Generation in Valses and Etudes: Proceedings of the 2005 International Computer Music Conference, Barcelona 2005, pp. 810-812; Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference, Vancouver 2005, pp. 238-239.
- Musical Score Generation: Proceedings of the 2004 Generative Art Conference, Milan 2004
- Musical Image Generation with Max/MSP/Jitter: Proceedings of the 2004 Generative Art Conference, Milan 2004
“David Kim-Boyle is a Sydney-based composer and new media artist whose music has received widespread recognition for its delicately nuanced sonic qualities and innovative use of technology. His work has been performed and presented throughout North America and Europe at various festivals and contemporary music events and he has been a guest artist at some of the leading computer music research facilities including the Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (Karlsruhe), the Sonic Arts Research Centre (Belfast), and STEIM (Amsterdam). Through his creative work, he has pioneered the development of various real-time score generation techniques and developed unique methods of spectral spatialization. He is especially interested in the integration of real-time sound and image processing as well as the application of experimental literary techniques in creating unique audio-visual environments. His research has been regularly presented at many of the world’s leading forums for new music research including the International Computer Music Conference, the Digital Audio FX Conference, the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference and published in journals such as Contemporary Music Review amongst others. “
1. “About,” davidkimboyle.net, accessed November 30, 2013, http://www.davidkimboyle.net/about.html.