Will Software Modules for Performing Arts be Sustainable ?

Alain Bonardi 1 Jérôme Barthélemy 1 Raffaele Ciavarella 1 Guillaume Boutard 1
1 Equipe Ingénierie des connaissances musicales
STMS - Sciences et Technologies de la Musique et du Son
Abstract : When moving from hardware device to computers on stage at the end of the 1970’s, artists did not realize they would sometimes be unable to reperform their works twenty years later. Many of them now use software modules that face important sustainability problems. In the framework of Caspar European project, the On Line Service Team at Ircam proposes a series of new tools to accompany the maintenance of software modules required by performers on stageinstitutions becomes important for them, since they all try to find a balance between the constitution of a repertoire and the promotion of creation [12], [10]. At Ircam for instance, a repertoire of nearly 60 works using software modules is now identified as a core of music pieces considered as being interesting for future reperformance. Whereas preservation of music has been studied and
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Alain Bonardi, Jérôme Barthélemy, Raffaele Ciavarella, Guillaume Boutard. Will Software Modules for Performing Arts be Sustainable ?. 14th IEEE Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference (MELECON'08),, May 2008, Ajaccio, France. pp.1-1. ⟨hal-01161068⟩

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