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Type: Artigo de evento
Title: Studio Report: Computer Music Activities At The Interdisciplinary Nucleus Of Sound Communication
Author: Manzolli J.
Maia Jr. A.
Fornari J.
Caetano M.
Abstract: Part of the University of Campinas (UNICAMP,, the Interdisciplinary Nucleus of Sound Communication (NICS, was founded in 1983 by the composer Raul do Valle and collaborators. Since then, NICS has maintained a longstanding list of participations in the academic and artistic musical scenario, specially the ones concerning the application of mathematical models and computing technology in sound synthesis methods and electroacoustic music composition. Here we describe the major activities that NICS has been recently engaged with, specially in the areas of interactive performance, computer music, robotics, evolutionary computation applied to musical creation and, recently, physiologic signals acquisition for the retrieval of cognitive and emotive musical features. © July 2009- All copyright remains with the individual authors.
Editor: International Computer Music Association
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 2009
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