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I work closely with the Cambridge Centre for Music and Science, and have co-supervised PhD and Masters students with Ian Cross and Nicholas Cook.
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I work closely with the Cambridge Centre for Music and Science, where I have co-supervised PhD and Masters students with Ian Cross and Nicholas Cook.
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My specialist interest is in the creation of new music notation systems for composition, performance and music scholarship. I am particularly interested in Live Coding - using a programming language to create music synthesis programs in front of an audience. I have also carried out a number of projects using tangible user interfaces, or embodied gestural interfaces, for composition and musical control.
  
 
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AHRC
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AHRC, Leverhulme Trust
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Ian Cross, Nick Cook, Jim Woodhouse, Brian Moore, Alejandro Vinao
  
 
Research staff and students:
 
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Revision as of 14:13, 28 March 2011

Wiki page summarising research by Alan Blackwell with students and collaborators

Recent publications on this topic can be found at: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~afb21/publications/index.html?showonly=music

I work closely with the Cambridge Centre for Music and Science, where I have co-supervised PhD and Masters students with Ian Cross and Nicholas Cook.

My specialist interest is in the creation of new music notation systems for composition, performance and music scholarship. I am particularly interested in Live Coding - using a programming language to create music synthesis programs in front of an audience. I have also carried out a number of projects using tangible user interfaces, or embodied gestural interfaces, for composition and musical control.

Sponsors:

AHRC, Leverhulme Trust

Collaborators:

Ian Cross, Nick Cook, Jim Woodhouse, Brian Moore, Alejandro Vinao

Research staff and students:

  • Nick Collins
  • Chris Nash
  • Rachel Sweeney
  • Sam Aaron
  • Alistair Stead
  • Rhodri Morgan