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Guide to Computing for Expressive Music Performance

Publisher: London : Springer London : Imprint: Springer, 2013.
Series: SpringerLink : Bücher
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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-- Musicians are able to produce an expressive performance of a fixed score by varying the tempo and dynamics of their playing. This is in contrast to computers and sequencers that historically performed tunes in perfect metronomic time, resulting in a "mechanic" sound. -- This unique guide/reference presents a broad overview of the work being carried out by the expanding research community dedicated to  Read more...
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
ISBN: 9781447141235 1447141237 9781447141228 1447141229
OCLC Number: 812052231
Notes: Computer Science (Springer-11645).
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Contents: An Overview of Computer Systems for Expressive Music Performance Alexis Kirke and Eduardo Miranda Systems for Interactive Control of Computer Generated Music Performance Marco Fabiani, Anders Friberg and Roberto Bresin Expressive Performance Rendering with Probabilistic Models Sebastian Flossmann, Maarten Grachten and Gerhard Widmer Artificial Evolution of Expressive Performance of Music: An Imitative Multi-Agent Systems Approach Eduardo Miranda, Alexis Kirke and Qijun Zhang Modelling, Analysing, Identifying and Synthesizing Expressive Popular Music Performances Rafael Ramirez, Esteban Maestre and Alfonso Perez Statistical Approach to Automatic Expressive Rendition of Polyphonic Piano Music Tae Hun Kim, Satoru Fukayama, Takuya Nishimoto and Shigeki Sagayama Evaluation of Computer Systems for Expressive Music Performance Roberto Bresin and Anders Friberg Computational Music Theory and its Applications to Expressive Performance and Composition Masatoshi Hamanaka, Keiji Hirata and Satoshi Tojo Anthropomorphic Musical Robots Designed to Produce Physically-Embodied Expressive Music Performances Jorge Solis and Atsuo Takanishi
Series Title: SpringerLink : Bücher
Responsibility: edited by Alexis Kirke, Eduardo R. Miranda.
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This book discusses all aspects of computing for expressive performance, from the history of CSEMPs to the very latest research, in addition to detailing the fundamental ideas, and key issues and  Read more...

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"This is a useful reference book for any scientific library that supports music research." (Soubhik Chakraborty, ACM Computing Reviews, Apr 10 2013, Review #: CR141126)

 
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