Real-time Composition in Elody

Abstract : Elody was initially an environment for musical composition allowing the description and algorithmic manipulation of non real-time musical structures. To allow the definition of real-time transformation processes, we have added a new primitive in the language : the real-time input stream. This object can be manipulated and transformed like non real-time objects even before being known. Evaluating a real-time expression gives as result a command sequence which drives a transformation engine. This one transforms a real-time input stream in an output stream.
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Stéphane Letz, Dominique Fober, Yann Orlarey. Real-time Composition in Elody. International Computer Music Conference, 2000, Berlin, Germany. pp.336-339. ⟨hal-02158910⟩

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