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EFFICAC(e)

The aim of this project is the development of tools exploring the relations between computation, time and interaction in computer-aided composition. It is based on OpenMusic and other technologies developed at IRCAM and at CNMAT.

We consider computer-aided composition out of its traditional "offline" paradigm, and try to integrate compositional processes in structured interactions with their external context. These interactions can take place during executions or performances, or at the early compositional stages (in the processes that lead to the creation of musical material). We focus in particular on a number of specific directions, such as :

Several critical antagonisms in the domain of computer music are addressed in this project (signal versus symbolic approaches, off-line versus real-time…). By bridging high-level computer-aided composition systems with other disciplines and frameworks such as sound processing, spatialization and gestural integration, it includes control and interactions in abstract and expressive compositional models.

Musical research and applications

Some EFFICACe outcomes and related projects…

Project info

Team

Jean Bresson (principal investigator)
Jérémie Garcia (Post-doc)
Dimitri Bouche (PhD UPMC)
Thibaut Carpentier (IRCAM-CNRS, Acoustic and Cognitive Spaces)
Florent Jacquemard (IRCAM-INRIA, Musical Representations / MuTant)
Diemo Schwarz (IRCAM, Sound Music Movement Interaction)
John MacCallum (CNMAT – UC Berkeley Department of Music)

Associate composers at CNMAT / UC Berkeley: Rama Gottfried, Matt Schumaker
Associate researcher at CIRMMT / McGill University: Marlon Schumacher
Artists / IRCAM residencies: John MacCallum, Teoma Naccarato, Geof Holbrook, Savannah Agger
Development and Linux support: Anders Vinjar

Funding: ANR (Young Researchers Programme / Exploratory and Emerging Research) [*]
Project duration: Oct. 2013 - Mar. 2017