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Musical Applications of Real-Time Corpus-Based Concatenative Synthesis

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Musical Applications of Real-Time Corpus-Based Concatenative Synthesis
 

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Schwarz, Diemo (auteur)
 
Britton, Sam (auteur)
 
Cahen, Roland (auteur)
 
Goepfer, Thomas (auteur)
 

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Copenhaguen, Denmark , 2007
 

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corpus-based synthesis   content-based selection   sound synthesis   concatenative synthesis   data-driven synthesis   unit selection   database   real-time   interaction   musical application
 

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Corpus-based concatenative synthesis (CBCS) builds on a large database of segmented and descriptor-analysed sounds that are selected and played according to proximity to a target position in the descriptor space. This can be seen as a content-based extension to granular synthesis providing direct access to specific sound characteristics in real-time. The aim of the article is to show how CBCS supports---or actually inspires---new musical ideas by exploring the corpus interactively or via a written target score. We will show this with 4 musical examples of pieces that explore the concepts made possible by CBCS of live corpus recording, navigation in 3D in a metaphor of a score, interaction and corpus cross-synthesis, and harmonic selection tighly integrated with an orchestra score.
 

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Contribution au colloque ou congrès : International Computer Music Conference (ICMC)
 

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2010-02-25 01:00:00
 

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