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Pure Data and INScore: Animated notation for new music

by   Patricio F. Calatayud, et al.

New music is made with computers, taking advantage of its graphics displays rather than its audio algorithms. Pure Data can be used to compose them. This essay will show a case study that uses Pure Data, in connection with INScore, for making a new type of score that uses animated notation or dynamic musicography for making music with performers. This sample was made by the author of the text, and it will show a number of notation possibilities that can be done using the combination of software. This will be accompanied by a simple prediction of what a musician could perform with it.


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