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Recent Research and Development at IRCAM

Hugues Vinet
1999 Computer Music Journal  
The Apple Macintosh has been the main target of software development in the past decade, although high-end workstations, like the IRCAM Signal Processing Workstation (ISPW) or more recently workstations  ...  and Gerzso 1986; Favreau et al. 1986 ) and the IRCAM Musical Workstation (Lindemann et al. 1991 (Puckette 1995) , and various modules that perform pitch following and score recognition (Vercoe and  ... 
doi:10.1162/014892699559850 fatcat:2pe4wnyb3rfvrekbqq4oiytcd4

The Virgo Project [chapter]

Jean-Yves Vinet, F. Bondu, A. Brillet, F. Cleva, H. Heitmann, L. Latrach, N. Man, M. Pham Tu, M. Barsuglia, V. Brisson, F. Cavalier, M. Davier (+70 others)
1997 Astrophysics and Space Science Library  
Using this model and some simple extensions, it is possible to understand the transfer of power from large to small scales and the behaviour of higher order correlation functions.  ...  The gravitational clustering of collisionless particles in an expanding universe is modelled using some simple physical ideas.  ...  The physical architecture, based on a 3-tier architecture, is shown in Figure 6 .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-5812-1_6 fatcat:st7mcxo7lfe5zktbpgmewwscfe

Real-time spatial processing of sounds for music, multimedia and interactive human-computer interfaces

Jean-Marc Jot
1999 Multimedia Systems  
The advantages of this approach are illustrated in practical contexts, including professional audio, computer music, multimodal immersive simulation systems, and architectural acoustics.  ...  It allows reproducing and controlling the localization of sound sources in three dimensions and the reverberation of sounds in an existing or virtual space.  ...  Acknowledgments The perceptual approach adopted in this project is derived from research on the characterization of room acoustical quality carried out at IRCAM under the direction of Jean-Pascal Jullien  ... 
doi:10.1007/s005300050111 fatcat:ffalpyyghvfbri6vo5gyi742mm

A New Implementation Of Spat In Max

Thibaut Carpentier
2018 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
Thanks to the new OSCbased architecture, several spat⇠ modules have been successfully inserted into the Open Music [30] and o7 [16] frameworks.  ...  The spat⇠ software library is integrated in many environments: Matlab 3 , Spat Revolution 4 , Ircam Tools plugins 5 , Open Music [9] , Pure Data 6 , etc.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1422552 fatcat:x67gjlmv6vcjnlhekadfsfqo34

Novars Research Centre, University Of Manchester, Uk. Studio Report

Ricardo Climent, David Berezan, Andrew Davison
2008 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
This studio report covers key aspects of architectural and acoustic design of the Studios, The massing of the elevational treatment of the building functionality and existing technology  ...  The Centre is instrumental forces in combination with new music capitalising on the success of Music at the University of technologies.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.849543 fatcat:4jx4pcf3xfci3mvifvnz4ra6ku

Max at Seventeen

Miller Puckette
2002 Computer Music Journal  
Lindemann designed an extremely powerful audio signal processor called the IRCAM Signal Processing Workstation or ISPW [?] . Among its many advances over the 4X, the ISPW offered a jump instruction.  ...  By 1991 the time appeared ripe to make Max/FTS available on other architectures besides the ISPW.  ... 
doi:10.1162/014892602320991356 fatcat:rhmimpeqjze2pn7dlzth4vtcry

Cemfi And Earquake: (Epi-)Centers For Experimental Music, Media And Research

Aristotelis Hadjakos, Steffen Bock, Fabien Lévy
2014 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
The studio computer features a large variety of music creation softwares, in particular Logic, Max/MSP, SuperCollider, various Ircam softwares and many other.  ...  /photo studio with a blue box, audio studios, and video editing workstations.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.851010 fatcat:q2ypohaairc4pelowifmbdemsy

D6.1: Dissemination Plan And Innovation Roadmap

Milon Gupta, Werner Bleisteiner, Simone Füg, Robert Sazdov
2016 Zenodo  
The document describes the set of actions that will be carried out within ORPHEUS to raise awareness for the objectives, activities and especially the results achieved by the project.  ...  This report presents the dissemination plan and innovation road map of Horizon 2020 research project ORPHEUS.  ...  IRCAM also wants to develop means for web-based access of its musical repertoire, which makes extensive use of spatial effects.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.846267 fatcat:5lex3iysv5c4jdiz7jz3zqhsiy

Holophonic Sound in IRCAM's Concert Hall: Technological and Aesthetic Practices

Thibaut Carpentier, Natasha Barrett, Rama Gottfried, Markus Noisternig
2016 Computer Music Journal  
First we present the design and implementation of the audio system and discuss the challenges of both hardware and software architectures.  ...  This is followed by a discussion of spatial composition techniques, aesthetic approaches, and methodologies for composing computer music for high-density loudspeaker arrays, explored through the paradigmatic  ...  Acknowledgments The installation of the spatialization system in Espro was realized with the financial support of the Région Ile-de-France (SESAME, Convention No.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00383 fatcat:xanroqsslvfavps2c42uebjblu

Large-Scale Physical Modeling Synthesis, Parallel Computing, and Musical Experimentation: The NESS Project in Practice

Stefan Bilbao, James Perry, Paul Graham, Alan Gray, Kostas Kavoussanakis, Gordon Delap, Tom Mudd, Gadi Sassoon, Trevor Wishart, Samson Young
2020 Computer Music Journal  
Severe practical difficulties remain, both at the level of the raw computational resources required, and at the level of user control.  ...  developments in musical acoustics and algorithm design.  ...  et Coordination Acoustique/Musique (IRCAM), leading ultimately to the IRCAM Music Workstation (Lindemann et al. 1991) , later known as the IRCAM Signal Processing Workstation.  ... 
doi:10.1162/comj_a_00517 fatcat:w2kvkp5hgnf2zhvzxihos52siq

Animated Notation, Score Distribution and AR-VR Environments for Spectral Mimetic Transfer in Music Composition

Jonathan Bell, Benedict Carey
2019 Zenodo  
The concept of mimesis is here examined both as a (post) spectral compositional technique and as a common feature of many forms of musical score/representation.  ...  musical notation have made more realistic than when it first appeared as a general aesthetic (with composers such as Tristan Murail and Gérard Grisey, or, in the realm of computer music, as with the practice  ...  The node.js 11 /websocket architecture of SmartVox will hopefully inspire more composers, researchers and developers to investigate the emerging musical practice of distributed notation.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3373362 fatcat:ksptgwcyhbfodgfvhknhwln7jy

Smartvox. A Web-Based Distributed Media Player As Notation Tool For Choral Practices

Jonathan Bell, Benjamin Matuszewski
2017 Zenodo  
The present paper describes the features and implementation of SmartVox , an application designed to help vocal ensembles learn and perform polyphonic music.  ...  It also enables spatial separation of the performers (cori spezzati ), and speeds up the learning process of unfamiliar musical materials (e.g. microtonal tuning, texts in a foreign language).  ...  Acknowledgments We are deeply grateful to the following people for their precious support and advice: Andrea Agostini, Julian Anderson, Richard Baker, Eric Daubresse, Stefano Gervasoni, Daniele Ghisi,  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.924142 fatcat:36i24i3crbdohahqewblykooxe

Wallace: Composing Music For Variable Reverberation

Filipe Lopes
2017 Proceedings of the SMC Conferences  
Acknowledgments Many thanks to CIPEM-Inet-MD, Henrique Portovedo, Miguel Azguime, Miso Music Portugal, Sond'Ar-Te Ensemble, João Vidinha and Rui Penha.  ...  That situation changed with Wallace Sabine (1868-1919), an engineer who is considered the father of architectural acoustics.  ...  Although many different types of reverberation can be employed in a piece, as well as the possibility of automating its parameters using Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs), the author believes that the  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1401944 fatcat:7ivhx4vmdrcuhah2yuywerdyne

The System of Music Education in Azerbaijan: the Role of Sound Engineering and Concert Sound Engineering in the Educational Process

Aleksey Khmirov
2020 Eurasian music science journal  
the physiology of the auditory system and hearing perception, the physics of musical instruments, musical sound, architectural acoustics. [4.p.11-12].  ...  In 2010, the first project was held between the Conservatory of Tartini (Italy) and IRCAM in Paris.  ... 
doi:10.52847/eamsj/vol_2020_issue_2/a6 fatcat:soxhwc5j7jf6lhlauecr7tko44

Composing and executing Interactive music using the HipHop.js language

Bertrand Petit, Manuel Serrano
2019 Zenodo  
The music composer creates beforehand musical elements such as melodic patterns, sound patterns, instruments, group of instruments, and a dynamic score that governs the way the basic elements will behave  ...  Skini music scores are expressed in terms of constraints that establish relationships between instruments.  ...  A Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) such as Reaper or Ableton Live runs the synthesizers.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3672870 fatcat:euirvdtpjfhahagoxgalsgdwqa
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