Active Scores: Representation and Synchronization in Human–Computer Performance of Popular Music

@article{Dannenberg2014ActiveSR,
  title={Active Scores: Representation and Synchronization in Human–Computer Performance of Popular Music},
  author={R. Dannenberg and N. Gold and Dawen Liang and Guangyu Xia},
  journal={Computer Music Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={51-62}
}
Computers have the potential to significantly extend the practice of popular music based on steady tempo and mostly determined form. There are significant challenges to overcome, however, due to constraints including accurate timing based on beats and adherence to a form or structure despite possible changes that may occur, possibly even during performance. We describe an approach to synchronization across media that takes into account latency due to communication delays and audio buffering. We… Expand
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