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 New,The Oxford Handbook of Algorithmic Music

  • Editor: Dean, Roger T.
  • Editor: McLean, Alex

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Contents

  • Section 1: Grounding algorithmic music
  • 1. Musical Algorithms as Tools, Languages and Partners: A Perspective
  • Alex McLean, Roger T. Dean
  • 2. Algorithmic Music and the Philosophy of Time
  • Julian Rohrhuber
  • 3. Action and Perception: Embodying Algorithms and the Extended Mind
  • Palle Dahlstedt
  • 4. Origins of Algorithmic Thinking in Music
  • Nick Collins
  • 5. Algorithmic Thinking and Central Javanese Gamelan
  • Charles Matthews
  • Perspectives on Practice A
  • 6. Thoughts on Composing with Algorithms
  • Laurie Spiegel
  • 7. Mexico and India: Diversifying and Expanding the Live Coding Community
  • Alexandra Cardenas
  • 8. Deautomatization of Breakfast Perceptions
  • Renate Wieser
  • 9. Why Do We Want Our Computers to Improvise?
  • George Lewis
  • Section 2: What can algorithms in music do?
  • 10. Compositions Created with Constraint Programming
  • Torsten Anders
  • 11. Linking Sonic Aesthetics With Mathematical Theories
  • Andy Milne
  • 12. Machine Learning and Listening in Composition and Performance
  • Rebecca Fiebrink and Baptiste Caramiaux
  • 13. Biologically-Inspired and Agent-Based Algorithms for Music
  • Alice Eldridge and Oliver Bown
  • 14. Performing with Patterns of Time
  • Thor Magnusson, University of Sussex, Alex McLean, FoAM Kernow
  • 15. Computational Creativity and Live Algorithms
  • Geraint Wiggins and Jamie Forth
  • 16. Tensions and Techniques in Live Coding Performance
  • Charlie Roberts and Graham Wakefield
  • Perspectives on Practice B
  • 17. When Algorithms Meet Machines
  • Sarah Angliss
  • 18. Notes on Pattern Synthesis
  • Mark Fell
  • 19. Performing algorithms
  • Kristin Erickson
  • Section 3: Purposes of algorithms for the music maker
  • 20. Network music and the algorithmic ensemble
  • David Ogborn
  • 21. Sonification != music
  • Carla Scaletti
  • 22. Color is the Keyboard: Transcoding from Visual to Sonic
  • Margaret Schedel
  • 23. Designing Interfaces for Musical Algorithms
  • Jamie Bullock, Integra Lab, Birmingham Conservatoire
  • 24. Ecooperatic Music Game Theory
  • David Kanaga
  • 25. Algorithmic Spatialisation
  • Jan C Schacher
  • Perspectives on Practice C
  • 26. Form, Chaos and the Nuance of Beauty
  • Mileece I'Anson
  • 27. Beyond Me
  • Kaffe Matthews
  • 28. Mathematical Theory in Music Practice
  • Jan Beran
  • 29. Thoughts on Algorithmic Practice
  • Warren Burt
  • Section 4: Algorithmic Culture
  • 30. The Audience Reception of Algorithmic Music
  • Mary Simoni
  • 31. Technology, Creativity and The Social in Algorithmic Music
  • Christopher Haworth
  • 32. Algorithms and Computation in Music Education
  • Andrew Brown
  • 33. (Micro) Politics of Algorithmic Music: Towards a Tactical Media Archaeology
  • Geoff Cox and Morten Riis
  • 34. Algorithmic Music for Mass Consumption and Universal Production
  • Yuli Levtov
  • Perspectives on Practice D
  • 35. Algorithmic Trajectories
  • Alex McLean and Roger Dean