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|Title: ||Interpretive electronic music systems: a portfolio of compositions|
|Authors: ||Rawlinson, Julian Dean|
|Supervisor(s): ||Edwards, Michael|
|Issue Date: ||23-Nov-2011|
|Publisher: ||The University of Edinburgh|
|Abstract: ||A portfolio of electronic music compositions employing adaptable controllers, graphic
notation, and custom software performance environments.
The portfolio is comprised of scores, recordings, and supporting software and audio files for
the following: Short Circuit; Sample & Hold; Mute | Solo; NCTRN; Radio | Silence; and Please
use the tramps provided.
Supplementary files include alternative audio and video recordings of some of the works
listed above, additional software documentation, and a video recording of a structured
improvisation featuring the controllers and software used in this portfolio.|
|Keywords: ||electronic music|
|Appears in Collections:||Music thesis and dissertation collection|
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