Journal Articles, etc.

updated 1.15.2015 by rrs

 

This page provides an *in-process* literature review of scholarly articles and essays dealing with aspects of animated notation in some form or another.

 

The Limitations of Representing Sound and Notation on Screen

Vickery, Lindsay. "The Limitations of Representing Sound and Notation on Screen." Organised Sound 19, 3 (December 2014): 215-227.


Do Desenho e do Som: Harmonising Screen Scores and Listening

Lopes, Filipe. "Do Desenho e do Som: Harmonising Screen Scores and Listening." Organised Sound 19, 3 (December 2014): 228-238.


Visual Design of Real-Time Scores

Kim-Boyle, David. "Visual Design of Real-Time Scores." Organised Sound 19, 3 (December 2014): 286-294.


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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