Groupe de travail IRCAM - Notation

Initié en 2018, ce groupe de travail sur la notation a pour but de susciter une reflexion autour des problématiques de la notation dans le contexte contemporain de production musicale liée à la technologie.

Il fait suite et s'insère dans la dynamique de plusieurs initiatives, nationales ou internationales, auxquelles l'IRCAM s'est associé depuis 2013:


19/03/2018: Réunion "Kick-off"
  • 14h-16h, IRCAM
12/04/2018: Réunion "MNX" du W3C Music Notation Community Group
24-25-26/05/2018: TENOR'18 + réunion démarrage du PDG SSHRC "Technologies for Notation and Representation"


Internes ou invités, sur la thématique de la notation musicale…

David Kim-Boyle — Generative Notation

26/01/2018 — Séminaire Recherche & Création IRCAM

David Kim-Boyle (visiting composer/researcher) from the University of Sydney (Australia) presented his work on real-time, generative notations with numerous examples from recent collaborations with Australian new music ensemble Decibel, Dutch sound-poet Jaap Blonk, and the Hamburg based TonArt Ensemble. The unique musical possibilities afforded by generative notation will be discussed and he will conclude the talk with discussion of the development of a new work for the ELISION ensemble, which is the focus of his research at IRCAM, featuring the use of responsive, three-dimensional notational schemas.

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Rama Gottfried — Symbolist: an open graphic notation environment for music and multimedia

7/03/2018 — Ateliers du Forum IRCAM / End of artistic research residency

During the IRCAM Forum workshops 2018, Rama Gottfried introduced Symbolist, a graphic notation environment for music and multimedia, developed with Jean Bresson (IRCAM) as part of his 2017-18 IRCAM-ZKM Musical Research Residency. Symbolist was designed to be flexible in purpose and function, capable of controlling computer rendering process such as spatial movement, and an open workspace for developing symbolic representations for performance with new gestural interfaces. The system is based on an Open Sound Control (OSC) encoding of symbols representing multi-rate and multidimensional control data, which can be streamed as control messages to audio processing, or any kind of media rendering system that speaks OSC. Symbols can be designed and composed graphically, and brought in relationship with other symbols. The environment provides tools for creating symbol groups and stave references, by which symbols maybe timed and used to constitute a structured and executable multimedia score.

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⇒ Symbolist projet page on GitHub


notation/home.txt · Dernière modification: 2018/04/15 08:40 par Jean Bresson