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Notes on the Synthesis of Music

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Can programming languages help us to free our creative potential? Formalised descriptions of data, events and process have clearly been used to great effect within academic and industrial settings but could they also be useful in artistic contexts?

This talk introduces Improcess, a novel cross-disciplinary collaborative project focussed on the design and development of tools to structure the communication between performer and musical process. We will emphasise the importance of musical notation – not just from an ethnomusicological perspective but also as an opportunity to explore the design and application of programming languages in novel contexts.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Wednesday Seminars series.

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