CONCEPTION D'UN INSTRUMENTARIUM POUR LA CREATION MUSICALE A L'AIDE DES MODELES PHYSIQUES CORDIS-ANIMA

Abstract : CORDIS-ANIMA is a general system for designing and simulating physical models made of modules that represent simple material elements and physical interactions. This system is implemented in a software environment for musical creation, GENESIS, which addresses sound synthesis as well as musical composition. In this thesis, we propose a general organization of musical CORDIS-ANIMA models, by identifying the elementary functions that are realized within a model, the types of physical components associated to these functions, and the main modelling techniques, which enable to obtain musically relevant physical behaviours. This work forms the conceptual basis of an Instrumentarium for musical creation using CORDIS-ANIMA, i.e. a structured and consistent view of modelling with the system, which aims at helping users to learn and master it, particulary in the GENESIS environment.
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Olivier Tache. CONCEPTION D'UN INSTRUMENTARIUM POUR LA CREATION MUSICALE A L'AIDE DES MODELES PHYSIQUES CORDIS-ANIMA. Modélisation et simulation. Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble, 2008. Français. ⟨tel-01102337⟩

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