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    • 1/F Noise and Auditory Aesthetics: Sonification of a Driven Bead Pile 

      Winters, R Michael (International Community for Auditory Display, 2011-06)
      “1=f noise” describes the behavior of many naturally occurring complex dynamical systems over time. Perhaps more surprising than its ubiquity in nature is its prevalence in speech and especially music. Current research ...
    • Analog synthesizers in the classroom: How creative play, musical composition, and project-based learning can enhance STEM standard literacy and self-efficacy 

      Howe, Christopher David (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2015-04-24)
      The state of STEM education in America's high schools is currently in flux, with billions annually being poured into the NSF to increase national STEM literacy. Hands-on project-based learning interventions in the STEM ...
    • 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 ...
    • Auditory Stimulus Design: Musically Informed 

      Stallmann, K; Peres, SC; Kortum, P (International Community for Auditory Display, 2008-06)
      This paper discusses an approach to auditory stimulus design that appropriates concepts and techniques commonly used in music composition. These ideas are used to create referential sound cues that orient a listener along ...
    • The CAITLIN auralization system: Hierarchical leitmotif design as a clue to program comprehension 

      Alty, James L; Vickers, Paul (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 1997-11)
      Early experiments have suggested that program auralization can convey information about program structure [8]. Languages like Pascal contain classes of construct that are similar in nature allowing hierarchical classification ...
    • College of Architecture Newsletter [Summer/Fall 2004] 

      Georgia Institute of Technology. College of Architecture (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2004-09)
    • Composer, Performer, Listener 

      Freeman, Jason (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-11-18)
      Jason Freeman’s works break down conventional barriers between composers, performers, and listeners, using cutting-edge technology and unconventional notation to turn audiences and musicians into compositional collaborators. ...
    • A Computer Music Implementation Course Using Active Essays 

      Guzdial, Mark; Greenlee, Jim (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      Computer music tends to be the domain of musicians, electrical engineers, mathematicians, and physicists. Today, only CSI-level knowledge is necessary to do a serious review and exploration of computer music, as the ...
    • Converting images to music using their colour properties 

      Margounakis, D.; Politis, D. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Music is associated to colors since ancient years. Different mappings between attributes of sound and images allow the efficient conversion between the two types of media. The proposed method for converting images to music ...
    • Converting images to music using their colour properties 

      Margounakis, D.; Politis, D. (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2006-06)
      Music is associated to colors since ancient years. Different mappings between attributes of sound and images allow the efficient conversion between the two types of media. The proposed method for converting images to music ...
    • 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 ...
    • Design and Implementation of a Multimedia Opera 

      Oliverio, James; Pair, Jarrell (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
      While the traditional notion of "opera" describes a production that incorporates musical elements with other art forms and media, the conceptual and technical considerations required to mount an electronic multimedia opera ...
    • The effect of Music on Learning in Virtual Environments - Initial Results 

      Fassbender, Eric; Richards, Debbie; Thompson, Bill; Bilgin, Ayse; Taylor, Alan (International Community for Auditory Display, 2008-06)
      In this paper we discuss the effect of music on learning in virtual-immersive environments. Auditory stimuli were presented within a specialized display system in which seventy- two undergraduate students watched a 3-D ...
    • Expressive musical icons 

      Bresin, Roberto; Friberg, Anders (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2001-07)
      Recent research on the analysis and synthesis of music performance has resulted in tools for the control of the expressive content in automatic music performance [1]. These results can be relevant for applications other ...
    • Expressive Musical Warning Signs 

      Fagerlon, Johan (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 2007-06)
      Warning signals are often very simple and monotone sounds. This paper focuses on taking a more musical approach to the design of warnings and alarms than has been the case in the past. We present an experimental pilot study ...
    • A generative model of tonal tension and its application in dynamic realtime sonification 

      Nikolaidis, Ryan John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2011-07-18)
      This thesis presents the design and implementation of a generative model of tonal tension. It further describes the application of the generative model in realtime sonification. The thesis discusses related theoretical ...
    • Haptic Sound: Expressive Control of Song Playback Using Haptics 

      Baumann, Alex; Grinstein, Georges (International Community for Auditory Display, 2008-06)
      Haptics devices are an excellent tool to add user feel and expression to applications. For music software they can provide realistic simulations of real world instruments, or heighten the experience of interacting with ...
    • 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 ...
    • An investigation of using music to provide navigation cues 

      Leplatre, Gregory; Brewster, Stephen A (Georgia Institute of TechnologyInternational Community on Auditory Display, 1998-11)
      This paper describes an experiment that investigates new principles for representing hierarchical menus such as telephone-based interface menus, with non-speech audio. A hierarchy of 25 nodes with a sound for each node was ...
    • Lecture & Demonstration / Young Guru 

      Keaton, Gimel (Young Guru) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2013-03-05)
      Grammy winning, hip-hop audio engineer Young Guru, who engineered 10 of Jay-Z’s 11 albums, returned to Georgia Tech on Tuesday, March 5 for a far-reaching discussion on hip-hop and its history, the art of audio engineering, ...