Antescofo – score follower
You’ll find a very good audio, midi and audio descriptors score follower:
>From Arshia Cont.
Antescofo is a modular anticipatory score following system that holds both
instrumental and electronic scores together and is capable of executing
electronic scores in synchronization with a live performance and using
various controls over time. In its very basic use, it is a classical score
following system, but in advanced use it enables concurrent representation
and recognition of different audio descriptors (rather than pitch),
control over various time scales used in music writing, and enables
temporal interaction between the performance and the electronic score.
Antescofo comes with a simple score language for flexible writing of time
and interaction in computer music.
That looks very interesting. Thank you!
The links to the ICMC presentation are not working though.
On 8/26/08, Klaas-Jan Govaart
> That look very interesting. Thank you!
> The links to the ICMC presentation is not working though.
Quote: jerzy wrote on Wed, 27 August 2008 05:01
> Hey KJG,
Ok, so the links are working now, great! Thank you Jerzy.
I’ll be reading this later today. It looks very, very interesting.
Thank you! Just corrected the presentation URLs!
Btw, as soon as I find a licence of Max 5, I will update the help patch and get rid of FTM stuff for polyphonic following (yippi to lists more than 256!!!).
Thanks for posting the link. I have been studying the documentation
but still one thing is puzzling me. The Stroppa example ‘LITTLE-I’
doesn’t seem to be working as it should be.
The beat position jumps to 0 once it has reached 8. This keeps going
in a loop for quite a while before the beat advances. From what I
understand about the score language this shouldn’t be happening. Am I
I am on intel mac osx 10.4.11.
On 27 Aug 2008, at 10:25, arshia.cont wrote:
> Thank you! Just corrected the presentation URLs!
> Check: http://cosmal.ucsd.edu/arshia/antescofo/
> Btw, as soon as I find a licence of Max 5, I will update the help
> patch and get rid of FTM stuff for polyphonic following (yippi to
> lists more than 256!!!).