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The Oxford Handbook of Algorithmic Music

edited by Alex McLean and Roger T. Dean
Format
Book
Published
New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
Language
English
Series
Oxford Handbooks
ISBN
9780190226992, 0190226994, 9780190227012
Contents
  • Part I : Grounding algorithmic music. Musical algorithms as tools, languages, and partners : A perspective / Alex McLean and Roger T. Dean
  • Algortihmic music and the philosophy of time / Julian Rohrhuber
  • Action and perception : Embodying algorithms and the extended mind / Palle Dahlstedt
  • Origins of algorithmic thinking in music / Nick Collins
  • Algorithmic thinking and Central Javanese gamelan / Charles Matthews
  • Perspectives on Practice A. Thoughts on composing with algorithms / Laurie Spiegel ; Mexico and India : Diversifying and expanding in the live coding commmunity / Alexandra Cárdenas ; Deautomatization of breakfast perceptions / Renate Wieser ; Why do we want our computers to improvise? / George E. Lewis.
  • Part II : What can algorithms in music do? Compositions created with constraint programming / Torsten Anders
  • Linking sonic aesthetics with mathematical theories / Andrew J. Milne
  • Machine learning algorithm as creative musical tool / Rebecca Fiebrink and Baptiste Caramiaux
  • Biologically inspired and agent-based algorithms for music / Alice Eldridge and Oliver Bown
  • Performing with patterns of time / Thor Magnusson and Alex McLean
  • Computational creativity and live algorithms / Geraint Wiggins and Jamie Forth
  • Tensions and techniques in live coding performance / Charles Roberts and Graham Wakefield
  • Perspectives on Practice B. When algorithms meet machines / Sarah Angliss ; Notes on pattern synthesis : 1983 to 2013 / Mark Fell ; Performing algorithms / Kristin Grace Erickson.
  • Part III : Purposes of algorithms for the music maker. Network music and the algorithmic ensemble / David Ogborn
  • Sonification [does not equal] music / Carla Scaletti
  • Colour is the keyboard : Case studies in transcoding visual to sonic / Margaret Schedel
  • Designing interfaces for musical algorithms / Jamie Bullock
  • Ecooperatic music game theory / David Kanaga
  • Algorithmic spatialization / Jan C. Schacher
  • Perspectives on Practice C. Form, chaos, and the nuance of beauty / Mileece I'Anson ; Beyond me / Kaffe Matthews ; Perspective on practice / Jan Beran ; Thoughts on an algorithmic practice / Warren Burt.
  • Part IV : Algorithmic culture. Audience reception of algorithmic music / Mary Simoni
  • Technology, creativity, and the social in algorithmic music / Christopher Haworth
  • Algorithms and computation in music education / Andrew Brown
  • (Micro)Politics of algorithmic music : Towards a tactical media archaeology / Geoff Cox and Morten Riis
  • Algorithmic music for mass consumption and universal production / Yuli Levtov
  • Perspectives on Practice D. Algorithmic trajectories / Alex McLean and Roger T. Dean.
Description
xi, 694 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Series Statement
[Oxford handbooks]
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