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Balck and Byte Black and Byte
Data di rilascio: 2017

Black and Byte is a web interface aiming to explore the music notation adopted in 1968 by Franco Donatoni in his work Black and White n.2 (exercises for 10 fingers). Through such an interface, it is possible to compose new exercises adhering to Donatoni's style and to generate a random score in Common Western Notation.

Bibliography
  • Baratè, A., Ludovico, L.A.: A Web Interface for the Analysis and Performance of Aleatory Music Notation. In: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Technologies for Music Notation and Representation (TENOR 2017).
Link: ▸http://blackandbyte.lim.di.unimi.it
Contact: ▸Adriano Baratè


MusiCLILy Music Petri Nets
Release date: 2016

Music Petri nets are a mathematical formalism originally conceived to model concurrent processes. When applied to music analysis and composition, such a tool proves to be suitable to express the results of musicological investigations. This web application, based on the IEEE 1599 standard, contains a multimedia web player integrated with a Petri net viewer. The goal is to show and navigate the results of musicological analysis while listening to music and watching the score.

Bibliography
  • Baratè, A., Haus, G., Ludovico, L.A.: Music Analysis and Modeling through Petri Nets. In: Kronland-Martinet, R., Voinier, T., Ystad, S. (eds.) Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval : 3rd International Symposium, CMMR 2005, Pisa, Italy, September 26-28, 2005 : Revised Papers, LNCS, vol. 3902, pp. 201-218. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg (2006). ISBN: 978-3-540-34027-0.
  • Baratè, A., Haus, G., Ludovico, L.A.: Real-time Music Composition through P-timed Petri Nets. In: Georgaki, A., Kouroupetroglou, G. (eds.) ICMC|SMC|2014 Proceedings, Athens 14-20 September 2014, pp. 408-415. Athens (2014). ISBN: 978-960-466-137-4.
  • Baratè, A.: A Web-based Petri Nets Application To Teach Music Analysis and Composition. In: Ludovico, L.A., Yousef, A. (eds.) Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Learning (eLmL 2017), pp. 78-83. IARIA XPS (2017). ISBN: 978-1-61208-541-8. ISSN: 2308-4367
Link: ▸http://satie.lim.di.unimi.it
Contact: ▸Adriano Baratè


Music Blockly Messiaen's Modes of Limited Transposition
Release date: 2015

Modes of limited transposition are musical modes originally conceived by the French composer Olivier Messiaen for a tempered system of 12 pitches per octave. They are defined on the base of symmetry-related criteria used to split an octave into a number of recurrent interval groups, made of aggregations of semitones. This application allows the user to reproduce (i.e. both calculate and listen to) these intervals starting from an arbitrary frequency; but - above all - it allows to generalize the approach of Messiaen to a generic n-tone equal temperament, thus subdividing an arbitrary interval (possibly different from the octave) into an arbitrary number of elementary steps (possibly different from the semitone).

Bibliography
  • Baratè, A., Ludovico, L.A.: Generalizing Messiaen's Modes of Limited Transposition to a n-tone Equal Temperament. In: Lysaght, T., Timoney, J. (eds.) Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Sound and Music Computing (SMC-15), Maynooth, Ireland, pp. 287-293. Music Technology Research Group, Department of Computer Science, Maynooth University, Maynooth (2015). ISBN: 9-7809-92746629.
Link: ▸http://messiaen.lim.di.unimi.it
Contact: ▸Adriano Baratè

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