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Human-Computer Music Performance: From Synchronized Accompaniment To Musical Partner

Roger B. Dannenberg, Zeyu Jin, Nicolas E. Gold, Octav-Emilian Sandu, Praneeth N. Palliyaguru, Andrew Robertson, Adam Stark, Rebecca Kleinberger
2013 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
Our goal is to create computer performers that play music with humans.  ...  We refer to this overall direction as Human-Computer Music Performance, or HCMP.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.850282 fatcat:uqpedestfzhifpwjaegamiy7km

Methods and Prospects for Human–Computer Performance of Popular Music

Roger B. Dannenberg, Nicolas E. Gold, Dawen Liang, Guangyu Xia
2014 Computer Music Journal  
An interesting and yet little-explored possibility is the computer as highly autonomous performer of popular music, capable of joining a mixed ensemble of computers and humans.  ...  Considering the skills and functional requirements of musicians leads to a number of predictions about future human-computer music performance (HCMP) systems for popular music.  ...  Our first performance system and the music display work were supported by Microsoft Research and the Carnegie Mellon School of Music.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00238 fatcat:25fdpnph4fdl3b452syg4afqcu

A Reference Architecture And Score Representation For Popular Music Human-Computer Music Performance Systems

Nicolas E. Gold, Roger B. Dannenberg
2011 Zenodo  
There are many approaches to integrating the components required to implement dynamic human-computer music performance systems.  ...  Popular music (characterized by improvised instrumental parts, beat and measure-level organization, and steady tempo) poses challenges for human-computer music performance (HCMP).  ...  CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK This paper has presented a reference architecture and associated score representation for popular music human-computer music performance.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1178032 fatcat:if66ja6yczhshhwqk56r7vpz5e

Active Scores: Representation and Synchronization in Human–Computer Performance of Popular Music

Roger B. Dannenberg, Nicolas E. Gold, Dawen Liang, Guangyu Xia
2014 Computer Music Journal  
score, and allowing the computer to indicate score position back to human performers.  ...  Finally, we illustrate the possibilities of the score as a bidirectional user interface in a real-time system for music performance, allowing the user to direct the computer through a digitally displayed  ...  Our first performance system and the music display work were also supported by Microsoft Research. Thanks to Ryan Calorus, who implemented a precursor to the music display system described here.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00239 fatcat:ksdgowvwarde7bpqx7dihgxbju

Brain-computer music interface for composition and performance

Eduardo Reck Miranda
2006 International Journal on Disability and Human Development  
This paper introduces a new brain-computer interface (BCI) system that uses electroencephalogram (EEG) information to steer generative rules to compose and perform music.  ...  Next, it introduces the generative music component of the system, which employs our own adapted version of a machine-learning technique based on ATNs (Augmented Transition Networks) for the computer-replication  ...  We shall refer to such systems as brain-computer music interfaces (BCMI).  ... 
doi:10.1515/ijdhd.2006.5.2.119 fatcat:wwmihhhxnzhdnpmxyucafls3ga

The user experience of mobile music making: An ethnographic exploration of music production and performance in practice

Sean McGrath, Steve Love
2017 Computers in Human Behavior  
Six musicians are observed through the planning and preparation stages, rehearsals, performing and postperformance in order to better understand the tools that they use and how these tools could be improved  ...  The aim here is explore this context in the role of live music performance and production (Ahmed, Benford, & Crabtree, 2012.)  ...  At some point within the evening of investigation, the researcher performs, in order to become more involved in the process and provide a relative comparison of technology usage in live music performance  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.chb.2017.02.046 fatcat:7zl4wbwrkbbmhoh3bvqyyfzuzq

Computational Models of Expressive Music Performance: A Comprehensive and Critical Review

Carlos E. Cancino-Chacón, Maarten Grachten, Werner Goebl, Gerhard Widmer
2018 Frontiers in Digital Humanities  
This paper focuses on a specific thread of research: work on computational music performance models.  ...  Expressive performance is an indispensable part of music making.  ...  These movements can be seen as embodied human-music interactions which have an impact on the way humans perform and perceive music (Leman et al., 2017a) .  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdigh.2018.00025 fatcat:slyp4iw7szch7ppdwilrzou6ie

Transitioning Between Audience and Performer

Alina Striner, Brenna McNally
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI EA '17  
Findings from these sessions also formed a Spectrum of Audience Interactivity in live musical performances, outlining ways to encourage interactivity in music performances from the child perspective.  ...  Live interactions have the potential to meaningfully engage audiences during musical performances, and modern technologies promise unique ways to facilitate these interactions.  ...  Types of Audience Participation in Musical Performances In music genres such as musical theater or opera, audience members and performers are segregated by stage, scaffolding, and lighting.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3027063.3053171 dblp:conf/chi/StrinerM17 fatcat:pmfcti6bnfgfvhkij3r2plbiy4

A Participatory Live Music Performance with the Open Symphony System

Kate Hayes, Mathieu Barthet, Yongmeng Wu, Leshao Zhang, Nick Bryan-Kinns
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI EA '16  
The system throws open music-creating possibilities to every participant and is a genuine novel way to demonstrate the field of Human Computer Interaction through computer-supported cooperative creation  ...  Through collaborations with local performers we will conduct a series of interactive music performance revolutionizing the performance experience both for performers and audiences.  ...  Acknowledgments This work has been partly supported by EPSRC grant EP/L019981/1, the China Scholarship Council, and Arts Council England (Sound and Music Audience Labs).  ... 
doi:10.1145/2851581.2889471 dblp:conf/chi/HayesBWZB16 fatcat:ws6vintppvfmrd5ti4akotvky4

Extracting Coarse Body Movements from Video in Music Performance: A Comparison of Automated Computer Vision Techniques with Motion Capture Data

Kelly Jakubowski, Tuomas Eerola, Paolo Alborno, Gualtiero Volpe, Antonio Camurri, Martin Clayton
2017 Frontiers in Digital Humanities  
2017) 'Extracting coarse body movements from video in music performance : a comparison of automated computer vision techniques with motion capture data.', Frontiers in digital humanities., 4 . p. 9.  ...  The extraction and quantification of human movement data from musical performances offers 68 a range of potential uses to researchers of musical interaction.  ...  scientists is focussed around developing computational methods 78 that perform similar tasks to the human visual system using digital images and videos, 79 including object recognition, event detection  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdigh.2017.00009 fatcat:6j3pldupwrcfxgk5o4gzkwx724

Nomadic Input on Mobile Devices: The Influence of Touch Input Technique and Walking Speed on Performance and Offset Modeling

Josip Musić, Roderick Murray-Smith
2015 Human-Computer Interaction  
Yamabe and Takahashi (2007) nicely summarize the problem: 'The main cause of the usability deterioration is a gap between a pre-assumed computer-human-interaction model and a model in the actual working  ...  When choosing target sizes we were guided by the Apple (Apple, 2010; Clark, 2010) and Nokia Page 11 of 61 URL: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/hci Human-Computer Interaction 1 2 3 4 5 6 7  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370024.2015.1071195 fatcat:bjscsnohunfczppvbtr66rstum

Human Computer Music Performance *

Roger Dannenberg
unpublished
Human Computer Music Performance (HCMP) is the study of music performance by live human performers and real-time computer-based performers.  ...  This will require advances in automated music listening and understanding, new representations for music, techniques for music synchronization, real-time human-computer communication , music generation  ...  Our first performance system and the music display work were supported by Microsoft Research and the Carnegie Mellon School of Music.  ... 
fatcat:xhan5elg7fgf5gkapn2dd2geqq

A Human-Computer Duet System for Music Performance [article]

Yuen-Jen Lin, Hsuan-Kai Kao, Yih-Chih Tseng, Ming Tsai, Li Su
2020 pre-print
However, most of the virtual musicians nowadays have not been endowed with abilities to create their own behaviors, or to perform music with human musicians.  ...  In this paper, we firstly create a virtual violinist, who can collaborate with a human pianist to perform chamber music automatically without any intervention.  ...  Building a full-interaction mechanism between human and virtual musicians in during music performance is also a less noticed topic; in most of the human-computer collaborative performance, the music is  ... 
doi:10.1145/3394171.3413921 arXiv:2009.07816v1 fatcat:26b3iw3jzrb5dfjdwtppdb6ela

Gesture Interaction for Electronic Music Performance [chapter]

Reinhold Behringer
Human-Computer Interaction. HCI Intelligent Multimodal Interaction Environments  
It allows to "conduct" a pre-stored MIDI file of a classical orchestral music work on a PC.  ...  The system in its final stage will use nonintrusive computer vision methods to track the hands of the conductor.  ...  Computers can be used as a tool for automatically generating music, as an aid for the conventional human composition process, or as tools for performance, where their large capabilities in the acoustic  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-73110-8_61 dblp:conf/hci/Behringer07 fatcat:6fbchfenyzggdoudcnqj27qjti

The Study on the Performance Characteristics of the Violin Tone in the Computer Music

Guoming Zhao
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 International Conference on Education Technology, Management and Humanities Science   unpublished
This article will discuss the performance characteristics of the violin tone in the computer music.  ...  heaven and earth and may, the traditional mode of music appreciation and music creation and music performance system also brings great revolution and impact.  ...  to the Music, Computer Music in narrow sense refers to the Computer Music works.  ... 
doi:10.2991/etmhs-15.2015.11 fatcat:ozffibm7xbcifpsuoavebt5wkm
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