Monthly Archives: October 2012

SSMN_ENGINE moves forward

Yesterday Johannes fine-tuned the communication between the notation editor, MuseScoreSSMN, and his rendering application, the SSMN_ENGINE. Kaspar had previously overcome the problems of streaming MIDI data out of MuseScore 2.0. Now, these streams are successfully¬†parsed and directed towards the sample … Continue reading

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SVG symbols appear in Spatialization Palette

In MuseScoreSSMN being developed by Kaspar, the basic trajectories seen in the palette are now visible not only in text (OSC) but with the accompanying 2D spatialization designs by Linda Cavaliero.

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Spatialization symbols library expanded

[click on image for full size] As¬†of this morning, the number of symbols with their parameters has been expanded from 5 to 13- 1. 2D position; 2. Position alternation; 3. End; 4. 2D circle; 5. Circle back and forth; 6. … Continue reading

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SSMN Florhof meeting 06.10.2012

3 members of the SSMN team and 4 guest composers met at the ZHdK Computer Music Studio to explore the present state of the research. The presentation included the historical aspects, strategies, and software development of the research; installation procedure, … Continue reading

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