The OM Composer's Book

The OM Composer's Book is a collection of essays about computer music composition written by composers. Each chapter provides the description of the musical work making use of "computer-aided composition" (CAC) tools, and more specifically of OpenMusic (OM), a visual programming environment for music composition developed by the Music Representations research group at IRCAM. Through the description of a personal compositional approach or a particular composition, the authors address a large diversity of problems related to symbolic computation techniques, data structures, discrete mathematics algorithms, and many other topics.

OM Composer's Book Vol.1 Vol. 1 (2006)
C. Agon, G. Assayag, J. Bresson (Eds.)
Collection Musique/Sciences
Editions Delatour France / IRCAM.
Preface by M. Puckette

Texts by M. Amoric, M. Battier, G. Bloch, K. Haddad, J. C. Hernández, J.-L. Hervé, J. Kretz, S. Lemouton, F. Lévy, P. Livorsi, M. Malt, P. Nauert, K. Nez, G. Nouno, H. Parra, L. A. Pena, O. Sandred, K. Sprotte, E. Thomazi-Freitas, F. Voisin.

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OM Composer's Book Vol.2 Vol. 2 (2008)
J. Bresson, C. Agon, G. Assayag (Eds.)
Collection Musique/Sciences
Editions Delatour France / IRCAM.
Preface by D. Cope

Texts by C. Agon, M. Andreatta, G. Assayag, A. Bancquart, E. Cipollone, E. Daubresse, S. Dubnov, K. Haddad, Ph. Hurel, C. Jaksjø, S. Lemouton, Ph. Leroux, P. Lindborg, G. Lorieux, C. Malherbe, M. Malt, S. Mawhinney, C. Melen, G. Nouno, L. Pottier, A. Schaathun, A. Sousa Dias, H. Tutschku, T. Tüzün.

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