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Music Sharing as a Computer Supported Collaborative Application [chapter]

Barry Brown, Abigail J. Sellen, Erik Geelhoed
ECSCW 2001  
New computer applications, such as the infamous "Napster" system enable the sharing of music over the Internet, with limited communication around this sharing activity.  ...  With music sharing over the Internet, however, much of this social context is removed. This suggests opportunities to turn music sharing into a more collaborative and community-related activity.  ...  Introduction One of the most controversial computer applications of late has been the "Napster" file sharing system.  ... 
doi:10.1007/0-306-48019-0_10 dblp:conf/ecscw/BrownSG01 fatcat:dtu7glsbkrdkfmoehmxqhdcc6a

An Approach To Collaborative Music Composition

Niklas Klügel, Marc R. Frieß, Georg Groh, Florian Echtler
2011 Zenodo  
This paper provides a discussion of how the electronic, solely ITbased composition and performance of electronic music can besupported in realtime with a collaborative application on a tabletopinterface  ...  After having elaborated on the theoretical backgrounds of prerequisites ofco-located collaborative tabletop applications as well as the common paradigms in music composition/notation, we will review related  ...  computers and "electronic music" that all sounds are synthesized by a computer as well.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1178071 fatcat:55ckmmim7vhbnivbixra5lojbq

Listening Together while Apart: Intergenerational Music Listening

Nabila Chowdhury, Celine Latulipe, James E. Young
2021 Companion Publication of the 2021 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing  
Collaborative music listening can support intergenerational connectedness.  ...  CCS CONCEPTS • Human-centered computingCollaborative and social computing.  ...  We propose collaborative music listening over video conferencing as a catalyst for meaningful interaction between a grandparent and teen grandchild.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3462204.3481765 fatcat:vlr5h6wyavazrhk2dzesthajrq

Displaced Soundscapes: A Survey of Network Systems for Music and Sonic Art Creation

Álvaro Barbosa
2003 Leonardo Music Journal  
This work was supported by the Portuguese institution Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (Foundation for Science and Technology).  ...  Acknowledgments I would like to thank Xavier Serra, Sergi Jordà, Perfecto Herrera and Martin Kaltenbrunner for their support and contribution to this study.  ...  A classification space for computer-supported collaborative music.  ... 
doi:10.1162/096112104322750791 fatcat:udas355rwbgpjkbznx7iayk6ue

Communication, Control, And State Sharing In Collaborative Live Coding

Sang Won Lee, Georg Essl
2014 Zenodo  
In the recent extension of UrMus, a programming environment for mobile music application development, we introduce a paradigm of shared and individual namespaces safeguard against conflicts in parallel  ...  In the setting of collaborative live coding, a number of issues emerge: (1) need for communication, (2) issues of conflicts in sharing program state space, and (3) remote control of code execution.  ...  Barbosa proposed a way to classify computer-supported collaborative music based on synchronisms (synchronous / asynchronous) and tele-presence (local / remote) [1] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1178846 fatcat:w2unr22s3nhwpcdw5aovv5jtxq

Supercopair: Collaborative Live Coding On Supercollider Through The Cloud

Antonio Deusany de Carvalho Junior, Sang Won Lee, Georg Essl
2015 Zenodo  
In this work we present the SuperCopair package, which is a new way to integrate cloud computing into a collaborative live coding scenario with minimum efforts in the setup.  ...  Users can share code and evaluate lines or selected portions of code on computers connected to the same session, either at the same place and/or remotely.  ...  However, the use of cloud computing is underdeveloped in computer music and we believe that it is the next logical step to put computer music applications in the cloud as a mean to realizing network music  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.19347 fatcat:zaqpx474y5bbjbwiywjsmq6ei4

Issues in implementing a scientific data Grid based on Peer-to-Peer architecture

Azizol Abdullah, Mohamed Othman, Md Nasir Sulaiman, Hamidah Ibrahim, Abu Talib Othman
2006 2006 International Conference on Computing & Informatics  
Grids mostly deals with large computational problems and provide geographically distributed resources for large-scale data-intensive applications that generate large data sets, whereas P2P provides a way  ...  In a modern scientific computing, the communities of researchers involves in organizing, moving, visualizing, and analyzing massive amounts of a very large data collections in a geographically distributed  ...  to support scientific computing collaboration requirements.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icoci.2006.5276456 fatcat:2pliaxjsjnb2ne2thczkfwpdti

Collaborative Mobile Instruments in a Shared AR Space: a Case of ARLooper

Sihwa Park
2020 Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression  
ARLooper provides a shared AR environment wherein multiple users can observe each other's activities in real time, supporting increasing the understanding of collaborative contexts.  ...  ARLooper is an attempt to explore the potential of collaborative mobile AR instruments in supporting non-verbal communication for musical performances.  ...  With the advancement of computing technology, designing new types of musical instruments and interfaces to support collective musical creativity has been one of the key topics in computer music and music  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4813313 fatcat:42tgevpc5bhytf77qhtypgyo4m

Collaborative Textual Improvisation in a Laptop Ensemble

Jason Freeman, Akito Van Troyer
2011 Computer Music Journal  
Acknowledgments LOLC is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation as part of a larger research project on musical improvisation in performance and education (NSF CreativeIT 0855758).  ...  The LOLC software, a performance guide for using LOLC with your own ensemble, and videos of performances with LOLC are available at www.jasonfreeman.net/lolc.  ...  Code Is Music Although we wanted LOLC musicians to see each other's code-and we supported this via the chatbased interaction-we also wanted the interaction model to focus on sharing musical, not computational  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00053 fatcat:oet67pl4dbfnxllexi5elzuc3u

Chuckpad: Social Coding For Computer Music

Spencer Salazar, Mark Cerqueira
2017 Zenodo  
ChuckPad provides a single repository and record of musical code from supported musical programming systems, an interface for organizing, browsing, and searching this body of code, and a readily accessible  ...  ChuckPad is a network-based platform for sharing code, modules, patches, and even entire musical works written on the ChucK programming language and other music programming platforms.  ...  A number of music programming systems use network-aware techniques, such as Open Sound Control [19] or bespoke networking protocols, in their basic operation on a singular computer.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1176231 fatcat:hge2qo5nfbbpvfmrclvchpz5hi

Krestianstvo SDK towards End-User Mobile 3D Virtual Learning Environment

Nikolai Suslov
2012 2012 10th International Conference on Creating, Connecting and Collaborating through Computing  
Krestianstvo SDK is proposed as a one-click application, for instantly setting up a VLE in classroom's network, ART installation, educational disc and similar environments with support of augmented reality  ...  and collaborative tangible user interfaces. virtual worlds, virtual learning environment, augmented reality I.  ...  While developing collaborative applications using modern software architectures a programmer thinks in terms of shared/non-shared entities, therefore applications that are prebuilt with a programmercentric  ... 
doi:10.1109/c5.2012.8 dblp:conf/c5/Suslov12 fatcat:hlfw7pidnbaf7mddjf57t6t5nm

Coupling Social Network Services And Support For Online Communities In Codes Environment

Felipe Mendonça Scheeren, Marcelo Soares Pimenta, Damián Keller, Victor Lazzarini
2013 Zenodo  
The development of this support has followed an interdisciplinary approach, and involves a multidisciplinary team of experts in Computer Music, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Computer Supported Cooperative  ...  INTRODUCTION During the last few years, our research group has been investigating the use of computing technology to support novice-oriented computer-based musical activities.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1415603 fatcat:3fkv3367nbewvkv5fsk5awi7ha

Tok! : A Collaborative Acoustic Instrument Using Mobile Phones

Sang Won Lee, Ajay Srinivasamurthy, Gregoire Tronel, Weibin Shen, Jason Freeman
2012 Zenodo  
is a collaborative acoustic instrument application for iOS devices aimed at real time percussive music making in a colocated setup.  ...  is also networked and consists of a shared interactive music score to which the players tap their phones, creating a percussion ensemble.  ...  Christopher Moore and the MSMT students at Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology (GTCMT) for their valuable feedback during the development of Tok!.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1178317 fatcat:26ekp43ilvfhjpy3dg6cdzkk7m

Crowdsourcing for music: Survey and taxonomy

Carlos Gomes, Daniel Schneider, Katia Moraes, Jano de Souza
2012 2012 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC)  
The present work is a study of crowd computing applications in the context of music, with an eye towards the crowdsourcing phenomena.  ...  Recent behavioral and cultural changes driven by the paradigm of mass collaboration highlighted the phenomenon of crowdsourcing as an innovative and promising production model, with positive effects in  ...  application of crowd computing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icsmc.2012.6377831 dblp:conf/smc/GomesSMS12 fatcat:bl3qnmz3xnfp5jj2bjmhrylgyq

Distributing Music Scores To Mobile Platforms And To The Internet Using Inscore

D. Fober, G. Gouilloux, Y. Orlarey, S. Letz
2015 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
The approach tends to make network support as transparent as possible in a score description.  ...  INSCORE WEB SUPPORT INScore has been extended to support aggregation of distributed resources over Internet, as well as publication of a score via the HTTP and the WebSocket protocols.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.851060 fatcat:xfsaoewb6fdizet6tfyg7ans7m
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