To me, one of the most beautiful things with research is the nature of sharing knowledge and building communities. I’m lucky to have lots of time for reading what my fellow colleagues around the world has discovered and I feel blessed to follow in the footsteps of many great thinkers and practitioners. I also made myself a habit to write a personal email to say ”Thank you” when I read something insightful and helpful for my research. As a result I’ve already got colleagues near and far, all devoted to contribute with knowledge to the wider community of producers of interactive music.
Here are some of the articles I’ve read over the last week. A big thank you to all authors!
Michael Liebe – Interactivity and Music in Computer Games
Anthony Prechtl – Adaptive Music Generation for Computer Games
Alex Berndt – Musical Nonlinearity in Interactive Narrative Environments
Axel Berndt, Simon Waloschek, Aristotelis Hadjakos, Alexander Leemhuis – AmbiDice: An Ambient Music Interface for Tabletop Role-Playing Games
Tracy Redhead – The Interactive Music Producer
Charles P. Martin, Kai Olav Ellefsen, Jim Torresen – Deep Predictive Models in Interactive Music