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The SmOKE Music Representation, Description Language, and Interchange Format

@inproceedings{Pope1992TheSM,
  title={The SmOKE Music Representation, Description Language, and Interchange Format},
  author={Stephen Travis Pope},
  booktitle={ICMC},
  year={1992}
}
  • S. Pope
  • Published in ICMC 1992
  • Computer Science
The Smallmusic Object Kernel (SmOKe) is an object-oriented representation, description language and interchange format for musical parameters, events, and structures. The author believes this representation, and its proposed linear ASCII description, to be well-suited as a basis for: (1) concrete description interfaces in other languages, (2) specially-designed binary storage and interchange formats, and (3) use within and between interactive multimedia, hypermedia applications in several… 
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