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 Craig Stuart Sapp

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Average citations per article4.67
Citation Count28
Publication count6
Publication years2001-2014
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Average downloads per article664.00
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August 2014 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 7 Issue 3, August 2014
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 0
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We describe a system that automatically notates a comparative visualization of multiple recorded performances of the same musical work. Written musical scores have transmitted basic performance information to musicians over the ages; however, these scores only provide skeletal instructions that must be fleshed out in performance, as musical notation describes ...
Keywords: Automation, historic performance practice, pedagogy, visualization, mapping

June 2011 MCM'11: Proceedings of the Third international conference on Mathematics and computation in music
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Citation Count: 0

The evolution of tonal-harmonic syntax in European notated music, from the beginnings of polyphony to the emergence of majorminor tonality, has been the subject of intense historical study. Several authors have also attempted statistical analyses of the frequency of occurrence of specific pitch-time patterns in specific periods or composers. But ...
Keywords: triad, tonality, minor, pitch-class set, tn-type, major

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October 2005 Computers in Entertainment (CIE) - Theoretical and Practical Computer Applications in Entertainment: Volume 3 Issue 4, October 2005
Publisher: ACM
Citation Count: 6
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Tonal music is often conceived of as progressing through a sequence of key regions, usually starting and ending in the tonic key, with a journey away from the tonic key somewhere in the middle of the piece. This article presents a visual method of displaying the musical key structure of ...
Keywords: computational music cognition, music visualization, tonality models, harmonic analysis, tonal analysis

September 2005 CMMR'05: Proceedings of the Third international conference on Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Citation Count: 1

This paper introduces a visualization technique for music scores using a multi-timescale aggregation that offers at-a-glance information interpretable as the global timbre resulting from a normative performance of a score.

November 2001 WEDELMUSIC '01: Proceedings of the First International Conference on WEB Delivering of Music (WEDELMUSIC'01)
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Citation Count: 0

With the rise of portal sites for image-f ile download ofmusical scores, the electronic distribution of musical scores,an activity in progress of 15 years, has attracted increasedattention. We describe several data models for scoredistribution and emphasize the one used in the MuseDataarchive of musical data (1984-). This archive (containingsubstantial quantities ...

April 2001 NIME '01: Proceedings of the 2001 conference on New interfaces for musical expression
Publisher: National University of Singapore
Citation Count: 21
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Over the last four years, we have developed a series of lectures, labs and project assignments aimed at introducing enough technology so that students from a mix of disciplines can design and build innovative interface devices.
Keywords: input devices, courses, CHI technology, music controllers

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