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December 2008

OICCM : Observatoire international de la création et des cultures musicales

by Emaux
Le LIAM est affilié à la fois au secteur composition électroacoustique et au secteur musicologie de la Faculté de musique de l'Université de Montréal et accueille des chercheurs et étudiants provenant des différents domaines de la recherche consacrée à la musique

Electronic Music Studios: University of Iowa

by Emaux
Welcome to the University of Iowa Electronic Music Studios. You'll find in our site updates of our facilities to 5.1, 9.1, and 16.2 sound. Our Musical Instrument Samples Database now includes strings, more winds and brass, and a Steinway piano. Our history and archive pages show how the studios have developed over the years and include a wonderful set of Moog Demo mp3s by Peter Tod Lewis. Our visitors page lists composers who have come to Iowa over the years to work with students, including alumnus Charles Dodge, James Dashow, Denis Smalley, and synthesizer pioneer, Don Buchla. The upcoming year brings Kevin Blechdom, Elizabeth McNutt, Andrew May, and Terry Riley. In the spring of 2002, the studios hosted SEAMUS, the National Conference of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the US, bringing over 240 participants for three days of concert and paper sessions.

Welcome to U and I Software

by Emaux
The cutting-edge of music and graphics software is found here at U&I Software. With our software you can create music and graphics not possible with other tools.

July 2008

Arturia - Software & Hardware

by Emaux
ARTURIA specializes in the development of music software and hardware for both the professional and amateur musician. Focusing on innovation, the company strives to integrate the latest advances in computer music research and technology into their products. This involves working closely with partner research institutions, such as IRCAM France, in the development of leading edge musical instruments and software, the results of which have gone on to been used in the making of numerous hit records and Hollywood sound tracks.

March 2008


by Emaux
Synful Orchestra is not a sampler or a sample library. Synful Orchestra is not a physical modeling synthesizer. It is an entirely new concept in music synthesis. At the heart of Synful Orchestra is Synful’s Reconstructive Phrase Modeling (RPM) technology. This is the result of many years of research, several patents, and a lifetime of experimentation, design, and frustration with older synthesis technologies. Eric Lindemann (Synful CEO)

November 2007


by Emaux & 2 others
Ce site est un wiki collaboratif, ayant pour but l'élaboration d'une documentation de la Méta-Mallette et du Méta-Instrument. Chacun peut y apporter sa contribution...


by Emaux
OpenSound Control ("OSC") is a protocol for communication among computers, sound synthesizers, and other multimedia devices that is optimized for modern networking technology and has been used in many application areas. OSC Features Open-ended, dynamic,URL-style symbolic naming scheme Numeric and symbolic arguments to messages Pattern matching language to specify multiple targets of a single message High resolution time tags "Bundles" of messages whose effects must occur simultaneously Query system to dynamically find out the capabilities of an OSC server and get documentation

September 2007

EARS: ElectroAcoustic Resource Site

by Emaux
The ElectroAcoustic Resource Site (EARS) project has been established to provide resources for those wishing to conduct research in the area of electroacoustic music studies. EARS will take the form of a structured Internet portal supported by extensive bibliographical tools. To aid the greater understanding of the opportunities offered by these radical forms of sound organisation, as well as their cultural impact, the project will cite (or link directly to) texts, titles, abstracts, images, audio and audio-visual files, and other relevant formats - Official Website

by Emaux & 1 other
Csound is a programming language designed and optimized for sound rendering and signal processing. The language consists of over 1300 opcodes - the operational codes that the sound designer uses to build "instruments" or patches. Although there are an increasing number of graphical "front-ends" for the language, you typically design and modify your patches using a word processor

July 2007

FM-Alive Home Page

by Emaux & 1 other
Here you can : Download editors and librarians for the DX and SY series synths. Get answers to technical questions. Read some basic information to help you get started programming. In return I hope you'll give me some feedback so that we can all ensure FM programming has a future.

CRCA - Center for Research in Computing and the Arts - Research : Computer Music

by Emaux
Computer music has been an integral part of CRCA since its inception. Computer music projects at CRCA cover a broad range of spectra, from pure research to technically advanced creative endeavors. Currently, research in spatialized audio, computer music languages, interactive performance, and synthesis techniques are conducted at CRCA. CRCA is the home of Pd, the latest graphical language authored by Miller Puckette, and CARL, which was developed at the Center for Music Experiment (CME) by F. Richard Moore et al.

The SuperCollider Home Page

by Emaux & 2 others
SuperCollider : A real time audio synthesis programming language

June 2007

mesi - more electronic sounds & imageries

by Emaux
Spécialiste des instruments pour la musique électronique, distribution d'interfaces et convertisseurs MIDI, logiciels temps réels de synthèse et de création musicale

March 2007 algorithmic composition resources | Main

by Emaux
This site provides a comprehensive research resource for computer aided algorithmic music composition, including over one-thousand research listings, over one hundred system listings, cross referenced links to research, links to software downloads and documentation, and web-based tools for searching and filtering the complete lexicon.

Pierre Couprie

by Emaux
Ensemble de ressources relatives à la musique et à l'informatique musicale, logiciels, etc

January 2007

Équipe analyse/synthèse

by Emaux
Ircam : Pages publiques de l'équipe Analyse/Synthèse