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Tangle: a Flexible Framework for Performance with Advanced Robotic Musical Instruments

@inproceedings{Mathews2014TangleAF,
  title={Tangle: a Flexible Framework for Performance with Advanced Robotic Musical Instruments},
  author={Paul Mathews and Ness Morris and Jim W. Murphy and Ajay Kapur and Dale Anthony Carnegie},
  booktitle={NIME},
  year={2014}
}
  • Paul Mathews, Ness Morris, +2 authors Dale Anthony Carnegie
  • Published in NIME 2014
  • Computer Science
  • Networked musical performance – using networks of computers for live performance of electronic music – has evolved over a number of decades but has tended to rely upon customized and highly specialized software designed specifically for particular artistic goals. This paper presents Tangle, a flexible software framework designed to provide a basis for performance on any number of distinct instruments. The network includes features to simplify the control of robotic instruments, such as… CONTINUE READING

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