Selected Research Publications from CNMAT from 1989 to the Present

Areas of Research include:

  • Protocol and encoding development including Open Sound Control (OSC) and the Sound Description Interchange Format (SDIF)
  • New sensor technologies and interface modalities: sensor fusion, integration.
  • New sense-enabled media: conductive/resistive fibre, malleable media.
  • eTextile, conductive paper and other materials for the New Lutherie
  • Many-channel digital audio interfaces; hundreds of channels over common ethernet. FPGA-based audio systems development.
  • Parallel computing theory in music/audio computing; algorithms, requirements.
  • Musical interactivity tools including digitizing tablets, multitouch and manytouch surfaces.
  • New user-interfaces for interaction with expressive musical/auditory environments, e.g. spatial mapping with dimensionality reduction.
  • Theoretical and applied spatial acoustics of loudspeaker and microphone arrays, especially in spherical configurations
  • Musical quality; metrics, augmentation, compression, hearing loss.
  • Signal-theory for musical gestures; requirements on jitter and latency, expressive bandwidth estimation
  • Semantics, requirements and cognitive models of music performance and their implications for software design patterns
  • Sound analysis for event detection, pitch and noise estimation and auditory perceptual models
  • Machine learning applications in audio synthesis and musical control
  • Auditory psychophysics and music cognition and perception
  • Curation and Development of real-time music and audio software tools.
McMillen K, Wessel D, Wright M. The ZIPI music parameter description language. Computer Music Journal [Internet]. 1994;18:52-73. McMillen K, Simon D, Wright M. A Summary of the ZIPI Network. Computer Music Journal. 1994;18:74-80. Peevers A. A Real-Time 3D Signal Analysis/Synthesis Tool Based on the Overlap-Add Short-Time Fourier Transform. EECS. [Berkeley, CA]: UC Berkeley; 1994. Rodet X. Stability/Instability of Periodic Solutions and Chaos in Physical Models of Musical Instruments. In International Computer Music Conference. Aarhus, Denmark: International Computer Music Association; 1994. pp. 386-393. Wright M. Examples of ZIPI applications. Computer Music Journal [Internet]. 1994;18:81-5. Wright M. A comparison of MIDI and ZIPI. Computer Music Journal [Internet]. 1994;18:86-91. Wright M. Answers to frequently asked questions about ZIPI. Computer Music Journal [Internet]. 1994;18:92-6. Freed A, Rodet X, Depalle P. Synthesis and control of hundreds of sinusoidal partials on a desktop computer without custom hardware. In Fourth International Conference on Signal Processing Applications and Technology. Santa Clara, CA: DSP Associates; 1993. pp. 1024-30. Freed A, Rodet X, Depalle P. Performance, Synthesis and Control of Additive Synthesis on a Desktop Computer Using FFT-1. In International Computer Music Conference [Internet]. Waseda University: International Computer Music Association; 1993. pp. 98-101. Freed A. Guidelines for signal processing applications in C. C Users Journal. 1993;:85(9). Hajdu G. Low Energy and Equal Spacing: the Multifactorial Evolution of Tuning Systems. Interface. 1993;22:319-333. Lee MA, Wessel D. Real-time neuro-fuzzy systems for adaptive control of musical processes. In Applications of Fuzzy Logic Technology. Boston, MA; 1993. pp. 464-75. Rodet X. Models of musical instruments from Chua's circuit with time delay. IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II: Analog and Digital Signal Processing [Internet]. 1993;40:696-701. Rodet X. Sound and music from Chua's circuit. Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers [Internet]. 1993;3:49-61. Zicarelli D, Lee MA. The Max Timeline Object. In International Computer Music Conference [Internet]. Tokyo, Japan: International Computer Music Association; 1993. pp. 453-456.