• Aaron Einbond (conférencier)
  • Pierre Morlet (violoncelle)

One of the most important recent developments in real-time musical interaction is Corpus-based concatenative synthesis (CBCS), permitting a high-level control of synthesis by audio features while retaining the full detail of time-domain audio.

The Factor Oracle algorithm has proven a successful approach for real-time analysis of musical data, with applications for improvisation with OMax and PyOracle.

Could a factor-oracle-based system be used to augment real-time CBCS, permitting a predictive logic for synthesis?

A further goal is to enhance the connection between both platforms and score-based notation, presenting an invaluable resource for composers and a promising link for future applications to score and gesture following.