1. LMJ 21: Beyond Notation: Communicating Music
  2. Nicolas Collins
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  1. Some Ideas for Three-Dimensional Musical Scores
  2. Marc Berghaus
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  1. Digital Economy Action: Composition by Participatory Piracy
  2. Stephen Cornford
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  1. Dance Jockey: Performing Electronic Music by Dancing
  2. Yago de Quay, Ståle Skogstad, Alexander Jensenius
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  1. Composing with Melomics: Delving into the Computational World for Musical Inspiration
  2. Gustavo Diaz-Jerez
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  1. Bringing Instrumental Musicians into Interactive Music Systems through Notation
  2. Jason Freeman
  3. pp. 15-16
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  1. Optical Scores for Improvised Music
  2. Catherine Pancake
  3. pp. 17-18
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  1. Algorithms as Scores: Coding Live Music
  2. Thor Magnusson
  3. pp. 19-23
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  1. Crowdsourcing the Corpus: Using Collective Intelligence as a Method for Composition
  2. David Plans Casal
  3. pp. 25-28
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  1. Community-Based Design: The Democratization of Musical Interface Construction
  2. Owen Vallis, Ajay Kapur
  3. pp. 29-34
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  1. Trading Faures: Virtual Musicians and Machine Ethics
  2. Nick Collins
  3. pp. 35-40
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  1. Transmediating a Japanese Garden through Spatial Sound Design
  2. Michael Fowler
  3. pp. 41-49
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  1. Annotating Distributed Scores for Mutual Engagement in Daisyphone and Beyond
  2. Nick Bryan-Kinns
  3. pp. 51-55
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  1. Social Composition: Musical Data Systems for Expressive Mobile Music
  2. Robert Hamilton, Jeffrey Smith, Ge Wang
  3. pp. 57-64
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  1. Notating Action-Based Music
  2. Juraj Kojs
  3. pp. 65-72
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  1. Beyond Notation/Notation Beyond
  2. Andrew Raffo Dewar
  3. p. 73
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  1. Score for a Hole in the Ground
  2. Jem Finer
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  1. Medium Size Mograph 1962
  2. Gordon Mumma
  3. pp. 77-78
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  1. Beyond Notation/Notation Beyond
  2. Andrew Raffo Dewar
  3. pp. 77-85
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  1. Inside UFO 53-32
  2. Katherine Young
  3. pp. 78-79
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  1. Faktura
  2. James Fei
  3. pp. 79-80
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  1. Drops for ensemble
  2. Alexis Porfiriadis
  3. p. 80
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  1. The Use
  2. Chris Mann
  3. pp. 80-81
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  1. Whorl
  2. Matthew Marble
  3. pp. 81-82
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  1. Cause, Unfold, Proceed—Leonardo
  2. Phillip Schulze
  3. pp. 82-83
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  1. Coplanar 1+2
  2. Guillermo Gregorio
  3. pp. 83-84
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  1. Imaginational Map 2 (R1,R3,R5)
  2. Rajesh K. Mehta
  3. pp. 84-85
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  1. The World Wide Tuning Meditation
  2. Pauline Oliveros
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  1. Leonardo Volume 44 and Leonardo Music Journal Volume 21
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  1. CD Companion Introduction: Beyond Notation/Notation Beyond
  2. Andrew Raffo Dewar
  3. pp. 74-75
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