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|Title:||Interaction and collaboration in computer music using computer networks: An UbiMus perspective|
|Author:||Schiavoni, Flavio Luiz|
de Faria, Pedro H.
|Abstract:||Networked musical performance, telematic concerts and laptop orchestras are a common sense about how music can be done over computer networks. This type of musical performances using computer networks are valuable and interesting but still strongly attached with western classical music tradition. This article presents another perspective of interaction and collaboration in computer music using networks: the ubimus perspective. Three installations are presented, examined and discussed in order to illustrate how it is possible to reconsider network music installations using relevant emerging notions from ubiquitous music such as metaphors, audience participation and sustainability|
|Subject:||Música e tecnologia|
|Editor:||Taylor & Francis|
|Appears in Collections:||NCIS - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
IA - Artigos e Outros Documentos
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