Internet Music

Performance Practice and Presentation [PPP]  ]

Music in which the internet is integral either to its composition, or dissemination, or both. Currently, the main distinctive characteristics of internet music are:

- Asynchronicity
- Interactivity
- Multi-user
- Co-operation
- Emergence

Whilst the last two may also be said to be characteristics of conventional music making, the medium of the internet requires a special notion of social intercourse and co-operation which is peculiar.

 

See also:

Culture-jamming, Digital Aesthetics, E- and I-instruments, Emergence, Free Music, Freeware/Shareware, Games, Indeterminacy, Interactivity

 

Bibliography:

English - Español - Français - Deutch - Italiano

Alphabetical order - Chronological order

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Cohen, Andrea, Radkiewicz, Wiska (2002). Sound.on: un programme expÚrimental d’Úchange de sons par Internet
De Ritis, Anthony (1999). {Cathedral}: An Interactive Work for the Web
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DI SCIPIO, Agostino (2001b). Uno scenario post-digitale? Riflessioni ambivalenti sul suono in Internet (A post-digital scenario? Ambivalent thought on Internet sound)
Duckworth, William (1999). Making Music on the Web
F÷llmer, Golo (1999b). Musikalische Systeme im Netz - ein ▄berblick (Musical systems on the internet - a survey)
F÷llmer, Golo (2005a). Lines of Net Music
F÷llmer, Golo (2005b). Electronic, aesthetic and social factors in Net music
Gresham-Lancaster, Scot (1998). The Aesthetics and History of the Hub: The Effects of Changing Technology on Network Computer Music
Hugill, Andrew (2005a). Internet Music: An Introduction
Hugill, Andrew (2005b). From Online Symphonies to MusiMOO: Some Creative Uses of the Internet in Music and Education
Jauk, Werner (1999). Gestaltung durch kommunizerendes Verhalten: Musik un Net-Art (Shaping by way of communicational relations: music and net art)
JordÓ, Sergi (1999). Faust Music On Line: (FMOL) An Approach to Real-Time Collective Composition on the Internet
JordÓ, Sergi (2001a). New Musical Interfaces and New Music-making Paradigms
JordÓ, Sergi (2002a). FMOL: Toward User-Friendly, Sophisticated New Musical Instruments
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Kon, Fabio, Iazzetta, Fernando (1999). La m˙sica en Internet: ┐un sue˝o o una realidad (virtual)? (Internet music: A dream of (virtual) reality?)
Landy, Leigh (1996). Quality {and} Quantity (if we’re lucky) {or} Marcuse’s problem ain’t been solved yet
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Milicevic, Mladen (2001). Cyberspace Memes
Mountain, Rosemary (2005). The Internet: The Untended Garden
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Packer, Randall (2005). Composing with Media: Zero in Time and Space
Reddell, Trace (2003). Laptopia: The Spatial Poetics of Networked Laptop Performance
Rudi, J°ran (2003). {Norge - et Lydrike, Norway Remixed}: A sound installation
Stelkens, J÷rg, Tillmann, Hans G. (Eds.) (1999). KlangForschung ’98: Symposium zur elektronischen Musik
Tanzi, Dante (2001). Music Negotiation: Routes in user-based description of music
Tanzi, Dante (2003). Musical Experience and Online Communication
Tanzi, Dante (2005). Language, Music and Resonance in Cyberspace
Thorington, Helen (2005). Breaking Out: The Trip Back
Traub, Peter (2005). Sounding the Net: Recent Sonic Works for the Internet and Computer Networks
Weinberg, Gil (2002b). The Aesthetics, History, and Future Challenges of Interconnected Music Networks
Weinberg, Gil (2005a). Interconnected Musical Networks: Toward a Theoretical Framework
Whalley, Ian (2004). PIWeCS: Enhancing human/machine agency in an interactive composition system
Woolf, Sam, Yee-King, Matthew (2003). Virtual and Physical Interfaces for Collaborative Evolution of Sound
Wright, Matthew (2005). Open Sound Control: an enabling technology for musical networking
Young, John P. (2001). Networked Music: Bridging real and virtual space

 

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