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  1. This conference is, to my knowledge, the first national or international meeting specifically focused on the practice of computer network music. When I first started making music using computer networks over twenty years ago, my collaborators and I…
  2. I want to thank Georg Hajdu and the other members of the Music in the Global Village crew for inviting me to give the keynote address today. I am very honored to have the opportunity to speak to all of you. The title of my talk—“Free Association:…
  3. Since it was launched in 2004, the research group Locus Sonus has been working on artistic possibilities arising from the intersection of networked and acoustic or local audio spaces. The first projects, Locustream & Wimicam, were developed from…
  4. This article gathers some performances and research efforts that are devoted to networked music. Brief descriptions are used to present the ideas and opportunities that are continually arising and intriguing many musicians even though the prospect…
  5. The variety of possible scenarios in which some form of networking intersects with musical performance is so great that almost any generalization will fail. The exception may be that some statements about media and space, which already seem…
  6. Music is a temporal art. Recent experience with distributed performance has introduced new challenges to traditional ways of thinking about time with respect to ensemble composition and performance. Performing across two sites connected by the…
  7. PCRP (Parameter Controlled Remote Performance) is a new method to play music together on the Internet despite high delay. In many musical forms, the score of the piece is known beforehand. PCRP measures the deviations of the players from the given…
  8. This paper describes a recent network music performance (NMP) study that was carried out at the Sonic Arts Research Centre in Belfast in March 2007. We refer to this study as the “Apart Project”1. This study is unique in that a wide variety of novel…
  9. This paper describes the demonstration of an application for multi-user control of a musical sequencer through telephony and Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP). Participants phone into a central server and through the use of the numeric buttons of…
  10. Phasors have a wide variety of uses in music and sound synthesis. At audio signal rates, phasors can be used as indexing functions for table oscillators. At control rates, phasors can be used as clocks to control tempo and trigger events. When…
  11. The report presents new developments at Georgia Tech’s Music Technology Group. We discuss our new facilities, faculty members, academic programs, and research initiatives, as well as a number of creative activities, workshops and concerts that have…
  12. DIAMOUSES is an ongoing research and development project aiming at enabling a wide range of application scenarios for networked music performance. Such scenarios range from geographically distributed music rehearsals to remote music master classes…
  13. Virginia Tech Department of Music’s Digital Interactive Sound & Intermedia Studio in collaboration with the College of Engineering and School of Visual Arts presents the latest addition to the *Ork family, the Linux Laptop Orchestra. Apart from…