Music Information Retrieval in Live Coding: A Theoretical Framework

@article{Xamb2018MusicIR,
  title={Music Information Retrieval in Live Coding: A Theoretical Framework},
  author={Anna Xamb{\'o} and Alexander Lerch and Jason Freeman},
  journal={Computer Music Journal},
  year={2018},
  volume={42},
  pages={9-25}
}
Music information retrieval (MIR) has a great potential in musical live coding because it can help the musician–programmer to make musical decisions based on audio content analysis and explore new sonorities by means of MIR techniques. [] Key Method We explored the three categories in live performance through an application programming interface library written in SuperCollider, MIRLC. We found that it is still a technical challenge to use high-level features in real time, yet using rhythmic and tonal…
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