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Publication Detail
Human-Computer Music Performance: From Synchronized Accompaniment to Musical Partner
  • Publication Type:
    Conference
  • Authors:
    Gold NE, Sandu OE, Palliyaguru PN, Dannenberg RB, Jin Z, Robertson A, Stark A, Kleinberger R
  • Publisher:
    KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sound and Music Computing Group
  • Publication date:
    2013
  • Place of publication:
    Stockholm, Sweden
  • Published proceedings:
    Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conference 2013
  • Editors:
    Bresin R
  • ISBN-13:
    978-91-7501-831-7
  • Status:
    Published
  • Name of conference:
    10th Sound and Music Computing Conference
  • Conference place:
    Stockholm, Sweden
  • Conference start date:
    30/07/2013
  • Conference finish date:
    02/08/2013
  • Language:
    English
Abstract
Live music performance with computers has motivated many research projects in science, engineering, and the arts. In spite of decades of work, it is surprising that there is not more technology for, and a better understanding of the computer as music performer. We review the development of techniques for live music performance and outline our efforts to establish a new direction, Human-Computer Music Performance (HCMP), as a framework for a variety of coordinated studies. Our work in this area spans performance analysis, synchronization techniques, and interactive performance systems. Our goal is to enable musicians to ncorporate computers into performances easily and effectively through a better understanding of requirements, new techniques, and practical, performance-worthy implementations. We conclude with directions for future work.
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