Jordā, Sergi

1999

Faust Music On Line: (FMOL) An Approach to Real-Time Collective Composition on the Internet

Leonardo Music Journal: Vol. 9. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press: 5-12.

URL: http://www.mitpressjournals.org/loi/lmj

Language(s): English

Keyword(s):

Graphic Interface Real-time Internet Music Recycling Sampling Computer Music

Abstract:

Collective creation and the production of open and continuously evolving works are, according to the author, two of the major and more appealing artistic breakthroughs the Internet can offer to composers and creators in general. In this context, concepts such as authorship and copyright will necessarily have to evolve and adapt to a new reality. The author discusses an Internet project for real-time collective composition which has been used for the soundtrack of La Fura’s play F@ust 3.0.

All references of the same author:

(English)

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Jordā, Sergi (2001b). Improvising with Computer: A Personal Survey (1989-2001)
Jordā, Sergi (2002a). FMOL: Toward User-Friendly, Sophisticated New Musical Instruments
Jordā, Sergi (2002b). Improvising With Computers: A Personal Survey (1989-2001)
Jordā, Sergi (2003). Sonigraphical Instruments: From FMOL to the reacTable
Jordā, Sergi (2004). Digital Instruments and Players: Part I - Efficiency and Apprenticeship
Jordā, Sergi (2005). Multi-user Instruments: Models, Examples and Promises
JORDĀ, Sergi (2005). Digital Lutherie: Crafting musical computers for new musics' performance and improvisation