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Open band: Audience Creative Participation Using Web Audio Synthesis
This work investigates a web-based open environment enabling collaborative music experiences. We propose an artifact, Open Band, which enables collective sound dialogues in a web “agora”, blurring
Playsound.space: Inclusive Free Music Improvisations Using Audio Commons
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Results indicate that the system was found easy to use and supports creative collaboration and expressiveness irrespective of musical ability.
Playsound.space: Improvising in the browser with semantic sound objects
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This paper describes the development and evaluation of the online music making tool Playsound.space and provides directions for future artistic and pedagogical applications that can benefit the design of other ubiquitous music systems.
Embodied Interactions with E-Textiles and the Internet of Sounds for Performing Arts
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The proposed prototyping system allows performers to manipulate sounds through gestural interactions captured by textile wearable sensors working with content from Audio Commons, a novel web-based ecosystem for re-purposing crowd-sourced audio.
Playsound.space: enhancing a live performance tool with semantic recommendations
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An approach based on Semantic Web technologies to provide recommendations to Playsound users is presented, showing loosely coupled, independent software agents interoperating by means of a semantic publish/subscribe platform and a set of ontologies to describe agents, audio contents, input/output of audio analytics tools and recommendations.
Open Band: A Platform for Collective Sound Dialogues
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This paper presents the artistic intent grounded in Eco's concept of Open Works and the initial design of a web-based open environment that supports social musical interactions and identified further design challenges around personalization, crowd dynamic and rhythmic aspects.
Playsound.space: enhancing a live music performance tool with semantic recommendations
TLDR
An approach based on Semantic Web technologies to provide recommendations to Playsound users is presented, showing loosely coupled, independent software agents interoperating by means of a semantic publish/subscribe platform and a set of ontologies to describe agents, audio contents, input/output of audio analytics tools and recommendations.
Taking Back the Future
I n this article we discuss unique free software-based digital infrastructures and networks that were developed in Brazilian communities, presenting situated models of resistance. We will discuss
Open Band: Audiotype
Open Band is a collective performance, that deals with a contradiction of the social media, that is the apartness of the individual on their devices social media, to propose a collective sound
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