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Experiments were performed to determine the ability of human listeners to discriminate between a sound with a large number of spectral components in a band, of given characteristic frequency and… Expand
The promise of recent technological and legislative developments to facilitate the digital dissemination of music is undermined by the lack of reliable means to preserve accurate copies of digital… Expand
Any system used for making music embodies a particular way of looking at music. These ways are called paradigms. The author defines the general notions of paradigm and representation and explains how… Expand
This report summarizes recent attempts at IRCAM for coordination of scientific research and musical production. We describe the social context surrounding musical research and report on recent… Expand
An Invisible Line is an installation focusing on the remote communication between 2 human users, based on the analysis of full-body expressivity. It aims at creating shared, networked, social… Expand