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Results 1 - 11 of 11 Abstract | PDF file icon PDF ( KB). Ocarina . Computer Music Journal is published quarterly with an annual music disc. For over three. Computer Music Journal. Volume S, Number 4. ISSN $ Published by the MIT Press. Nt. (mf). N. ਸੇ. (mf. 3. Inside! Special Soundsheet. Computer Music Journal is a peer-reviewed academic journal that covers a wide range of Print/export. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version.


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Computer Music Journal is published quarterly with an annual sound and video anthology containing curated music¹. For four decades, it has been the leading. Computer Music Bibliography. Acoustics, Psychoacoustics, and Music Perception Additive Synthesis and Sampling Analysis/Resynthesis (FFT, PV) Anthologies. Results 1 - 12 of 12 Abstract | PDF file icon Tangible Distributed Computer Music for Youth Computer Music Journal is published quarterly with an annual.

Skip to Main Content. Ocarina, created in for the iPhone, is one of the first musical artifacts in the age of pervasive, app-based mobile computing. It presents a flute-like physical interaction using microphone input, multi-touch, and accelerometers—and a social dimension that allows users to listen in to each other around the world. This article chronicles Smule's Ocarina as a mobile musical experiment for the m This article presents alternative ways to produce efficient custom force or pressure sensors using cellulose paper filled with carbon-black pigments.

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Benjamin Shapiro 1. Matthew Ahrens 1. Affiliation Search for Affiliation. Gambier, Ohio, USA 1. Glasgow, Scotland, UK 1. Subject Category Search for Subject Category. Skip to Main Content. Ocarina, created in for the iPhone, is one of the first musical artifacts in the age of pervasive, app-based mobile computing. It presents a flute-like physical interaction using microphone input, multi-touch, and accelerometers—and a social dimension that allows users to listen in to each other around the world.

This article chronicles Smule's Ocarina as a mobile musical experiment for the m This article presents alternative ways to produce efficient custom force or pressure sensors using cellulose paper filled with carbon-black pigments. We have produced several prototypes of force sensors to observe and compare their response with applied forces with those of commercial sensors, as well as those of other conductive materials. Advantages of custom sensors are presented through the de Computers are often used in performance of popular music, but most often in very restricted ways, such as keyboard synthesizers where musicians are in complete control, or pre-recorded or sequenced music where musicians follow the computer's drums or click track.

An interesting and yet little-explored possibility is the computer as highly autonomous performer of popular music, capable of joining a Computers have the potential to significantly extend the practice of popular music based on steady tempo and mostly determined form.

There are significant challenges to overcome, however, due to constraints including accurate timing based on beats and adherence to a form or structure despite possible changes that may occur, possibly even during performance. We describe an approach to synchronizati Interactive computer music is comparable to improvisation because it includes elements of real-time composition performed by the computer.

This process of real-time composition often incorporates stochastic techniques that remap a predetermined fundamental structure to a surface of sound processing. The hierarchical structure is used to pose restrictions on the stochastic processes, but, in most c Computer Music Journal is published quarterly with an annual music disc. For over three decades, it has been the leading publication about computer music, concentrating fully on digital sound technology and all musical applications of computers.

This makes it an essential resource for musicians, composers, scientists, engineers, computer enthusiasts and anyone exploring the wonders of computer-generated sound. CMJ is edited by experts in the field and features an international advisory board of eminent computer musicians.

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