theses and dissertations

No Clergy: A Piece for Flexible Small Ensemble Generated in Real Time Based on Audience Feedback: Baird, Kevin. “No Clergy: A Piece for Flexible Small Ensemble Generated in Real Time Based on Audience Feedback.” PhD diss., The State University of New York at Buffalo, 2005.

An Electronic Interface to Aid in Learning How to Play a Musical Instrument: Pat DeSantis, Sean Levesque, and James Montgomery. “An Electronic Interface to Aid in Learning How to Play a Musical Instrument.” Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 2010.

Real-Time Composer-Performer Collaboration As Explored In Wilderness, A Dance And Audio Installation: Dauphinais, Michael David. “Real-Time Composer-Performer Collaboration As Explored In Wilderness, A Dance And Audio Installation.” DMA diss., Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, 2012.

An Approach to Rhythm: Gunnarsson, Gudmundur Steinn. “An Approach to Rhythm.” Master’s Thesis, Mills College, Oakland, CA, 2007.

Okaiko: Real Time Score Generator: Lopes, Filipe Cunha Monteiro. “Okaiko: Real Time Score Generator.” Master’s Thesis, The Royal Conservatoire, The Hague, 2009.

A Case Study of Merce Cunningham’s Use of the Lifeforms Computer Choreographic System in the Making of Trackers: Schiphorst, Thecla. “A Case Study of Merce Cunningham’s Use of the Lifeforms Computer Choreographic System in the Making of Trackers.” MA, Simon Fraser University, 1993.

Compositional and Analytic Applications of Automated Music Notation via Object-oriented Programming: Trevino, Jeffrey Robert. “Compositional and Analytic Applications of Automated Music Notation via Object-oriented Programming.” PhD diss., University of California, San Diego, 2013.

A Three-dimensional Animation Notation (TAN) System: A Case Study of My Signal Flow Performance: Wang, Keda. “A Three-dimensional Animation Notation (TAN) System: A Case Study of My Signal Flow Performance.” MFA Thesis, Mills College, 2006.

The Effects of Music Notation Software on Compositional Practices and Outcomes: Watson, Chris. “The Effects of Music Notation Software on Compositional Practices and Outcomes.” PhD Diss., Victoria University of Wellington, 2006.

Sometimes I Feel The Space Between People (voices) In Terms Of Tempos – A Work For Percussion Duo With Computer Animated Notational Interface: Yang, Justin Wen-Lo. “Sometimes I Feel The Space Between People (voices) In Terms Of Tempos – A Work For Percussion Duo With Computer Animated Notational Interface.” PhD diss., Stanford University, 2008.

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