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Music Programming in Gibber

@inproceedings{Roberts2015MusicPI,
  title={Music Programming in Gibber},
  author={Charles Roberts and Matthew James Wright and JoAnn Kuchera-Morin},
  booktitle={ICMC},
  year={2015}
}
We document music programming in Gibber, a creative coding environment for the browser. We describe affordances for a sample-accurate and functional approach to scheduling, pattern creation and manipulation, audio synthesis, using rhythm and harmony, and score definition and playback. 
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