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OSSIA: Towards a unified interface for scoring time and interaction

@inproceedings{Celerier2015OSSIATA,
  title={OSSIA: Towards a unified interface for scoring time and interaction},
  author={Jean-Micha{\"e}l Celerier and Pascal Baltazar and Cl{\'e}ment Bossut and Nicolas Vuaille and Jean-Michel Couturier and Myriam Desainte},
  year={2015}
}
The theory of interactive scores addresses the writing and execution of temporal constraints between musical objects, with the ability to describe the use of interactivity in the scores. In this paper, a notation for the use of conditional branching in interactive scores will be introduced. It is based on a high level formalism for the authoring of interactive scores developed during the course of the OS-SIA research project. This formalism is meant to be at the same time easily manipulated by… Expand

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