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    • Hubs and homogeneity: improving content-based music modeling 

      Godfrey, Mark Thomas (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-04-01)
      With the volume of digital media available today, automatic music recommendation services have proven a useful tool for consumers, allowing them to better discover new and enjoyable music. Typically, this technology is ...
    • Storage in Collaborative Networked Art 

      Freeman, Jason (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009)
      This chapter outlines some of the challenges and opportunities associated with storage in networked art. Using comparative analyses of collaborative networked music as a starting point, this chapter explores how networked ...
    • Automatic accompaniment of vocal melodies in the context of popular music 

      Cao, Xiang (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-04-08)
      A piece of popular music is usually defined as a combination of vocal melody and instrumental accompaniment. People often start with the melody part when they are trying to compose or reproduce a piece of popular music. ...
    • Towards expressive melodic accompaniment using parametric modeling of continuous musical elements in a multi-attribute prediction suffix trie framework 

      Mallikarjuna, Trishul (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-11-22)
      Elements of continuous variation such as tremolo, vibrato and portamento enable dimensions of their own in expressive melodic music in styles such as in Indian Classical Music. There is published work on parametrically ...
    • Creativity, Cognition, and Computation: Composer Philippe Leroux 

      Leroux, Philippe (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-11-29)
      The composer writes: "Voi(Rex) was composed using poems by Lin Delpierre, taken from a collection entitled Le testament des fruits. The poems have been freely reordered, even mixed at times. The meaning of the text remains ...
    • Audience participation using mobile phones as musical instruments 

      Lee, Sang Won (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-05-21)
      This research aims at a music piece for audience participation using mobile phones as musical instruments in a music concert setting. Inspired by the ubiquity of smart phones, I attempted to accomplish audience engagement ...
    • Multi-dimensional synchronization for rhythmic sonification 

      Boyd, Jeffrey E.; Godbout, Andrew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      Human locomotion is fundamentally periodic, so when sonifying gait, it is desirable to exploit this periodicity to produce rhythmic sonification synchronized to the motion. To achieve this rhythmic sonification, some ...
    • A sonification of Kepler space telescope star data 

      Winton, Riley J.; Gable, Thomas M.; Schuett, Jonathan; Walker, Bruce N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      A performing artist group interested in including a sonification of star data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope in their next album release approached the Georgia Tech Sonification Lab for assistance in the process. The ...
    • Tweetscapes - Real-time Sonification of Twitter data streams for Radio Broadcasting 

      Hermann, Thomas; Nehls, Anselm Venezian; Eitel, Florian; Barri, Tarik; Gammel, Marcus (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This paper introduces Tweetscapes, a system that transforms message streams from Twitter in real-time into a soundscape that allows the listener to perceive characteristics of twitter messages such as their density, origin, ...
    • Aquarium fugue: interactive sonification for children and visually impaired audience in informal learning environments 

      Jeon, Myounghoon; Winton, Riley J.; Yim, Jung-Bin; Bruce, Carrie M.; Walker, Bruce N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      In response to the need for more accessible Informal Learning Environments (ILEs), the Georgia Tech Accessible Aquarium Project has been studying sonification for the use in live exhibit interpretation in aquariums. The ...
    • Shaking up Earth Science: Visual and Auditory Representations of Earthquake Interactions 

      Aiken, Chastity; Simpson, David; Kilb, Debi; Shelly, David; Peng, Zhigang; Michael, Andy; Enescu, Bogdan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      One earthquake can influence subsequent earthquakes. To demonstrate such earthquake interactions, seismologists have used in the past "snapshot" static images. Although statis images can, by themselves, convey basic ...
    • The Sounds of the Discussion of Sounds 

      Bethancourt, Matt (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      The Sound of the Discussion of Sounds is a real-time composition and performance computer program built in PHP, MySQL, Max/MSP and Ableton Live that allows listeners to musically hear the subtle changes that occur over ...
    • Interfacing the Earth 

      Beyls, Peter (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      We provide a short introduction to WindChime, a real-time web-driven audiovisual installation. Weather data from many world locations is gathered from a server and accommodated in a dynamic visual representation. The ...
    • Everyday listening to auditory displays: lessons from acoustic ecology 

      Droumeva, Milena; McGregor, Iain (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      In order to design auditory displays that function well within the cultural, informational and acoustic ecology of everyday situations designers as well as researchers in psychoacoustics need to continue to gain a better ...
    • Physical navigation of visual timbre spaces with timbreID and DILIB 

      Brent, William (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This paper summarizes recent development of two open source software libraries that enable auditory display in Pure Data (Pd), and describes developing projects that were achieved using the two packages in tandem. The ...
    • Capturing audience experience via mobile biometrics 

      Fan, Yuan-Yi; Weber, René (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      Different from computer vision based approaches in audience participation research, such as in Glimmer [1] and in Flock [2], this paper presents a mobile approach to collecting and visualizing bodily responses from audience ...
    • Demonstration of an Outdoor Audio Shooting Gallery 

      Ericson, Mark Anders; Vella, Matthew N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      An audio shooting gallery was created to demonstrate the immersive audio capabilities of the Army Research Laboratory’s Environment for Auditory Research. Targets, selected by the shooter, include various wild animal ...
    • Affected States: Analysis and Sonification of Twitter Music Trends 

      Ash, Kingsley (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This paper describes an approach to the sonification of real- time twitter music trend data realized for the ICAD 2012 Sonification Competition: Listening to the World Listening. The paper will discuss the techniques used ...
    • InteNtion – Interactive Network Sonification 

      Giot, Rudi; Courbe, Yohan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      This paper presents an innovative approach in monitoring network traffic by adding a new dimension: the sound. InteNtion (Interactive Network Sonification) is a project aimed at mapping network activity to musical aesthetic. ...
    • Non-Speech Audio-Semiotics: A Review and Revision of Auditory Icon and Earcon Theory 

      Oswald, David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-06)
      The aim of this paper is to develop a theory and taxonomy of auditory signs, based on semiotics. For more than two decades, the discourse on non-speech audio interfaces has been dominated by a dichotomy between auditory ...