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Crucible research encompasses explorations of novel performance interfaces, notations and live music programming, in addition to the fundamental acoustics of musical instruments and music perception. Laptop music performers ([[Nick Collins]]), music technology developers ([[Chris Nash]]) and electro-acoustic composers ([[Alejandro Viñao]]) are working on the boundary of computer science and music, usually in collaboration with the Cambridge [[Centre for Music and Science]].
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* [[Virtual Violins]]
 
* [[Virtual Violins]]
 
* [[Nick Collins]] PhD
 
* [[Nick Collins]] PhD
* [[Virtuosity and flow in computer music]]
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* [[Virtuosity in computer use]]
* [[Musical Performance Workshop]]
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* [[Collaborative performance technology]]
 
* [[Improcess]]
 
* [[Improcess]]
* [[Alejandro Vinao]] ([[Composers in residence]])
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* [[Composer in residence - Alejandro Viñao]]
* [[Cheryl Frances-Hoad]] ([[Composers in residence]])
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* [[Composer in residence - Cheryl Frances-Hoad]]
 
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* [[Tone row explorer]]
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* [[Automated performance accompaniment]]
  
 
[[Category:Themes]]
 
[[Category:Themes]]

Latest revision as of 07:17, 24 September 2011

Crucible research encompasses explorations of novel performance interfaces, notations and live music programming, in addition to the fundamental acoustics of musical instruments and music perception. Laptop music performers (Nick Collins), music technology developers (Chris Nash) and electro-acoustic composers (Alejandro Viñao) are working on the boundary of computer science and music, usually in collaboration with the Cambridge Centre for Music and Science.

Projects in this theme: