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    • Music technology

    • Music technology is the use of any device, mechanism, machine or tool by a musician or composer to make or perform music; to compose, notate, play back or record songs or pieces; or to analyze or edit music. The earliest known applications of technology to music was prehistoric peoples' use of a tool to hand-drill hole ... Read »


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    • Music technology (electronic and digital)

    • Electronic and digital music technology is the use of electronic or digital instruments, computers, electronic effects units, software or digital audio equipment by a musician, composer, sound engineer, DJ or record producer to make, perform or record music. The term usually refers to the use of electronic devices, ele ... Read »


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    • Music technology (mechanical)

    • Mechanical music technology is the use of any device, mechanism, machine or tool by a musician or composer to make or perform music; to compose, notate, play back or record songs or pieces; or to analyze or edit music. The earliest known applications of technology to music was prehistoric peoples' use of a tool to hand ... Read »


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    • 0music

    • 0music is the second album produced with Melomics technology. While the first one (Iamus' album) is a compilation of contemporary pieces fully composed by Iamus, 0music compiles pieces of popular genres, composed and interpreted without any human intervention by Melomics109, a computer cluster hosted at the University ... Read »


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    • Acousmatic music

    • Acousmatic music (from Greek ἄκουσμα akousma, "a thing heard") is a form of electroacoustic music that is specifically composed for presentation using speakers, as opposed to a live performance. It stems from a compositional tradition that dates back to the introduction of musique concrète (a ... Read »


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    • Acousmatic sound

    • Acousmatic sound is sound one hears without seeing an originating cause. The word acousmatic, from the French acousmatique, is derived from the Greek word akousmatikoi (ἀκουσματικοί), a term used to refer to probationary pupils of the philosopher Pythagoras who, so that they might ... Read »


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    • Acoustic transmission

    • Acoustic transmission is the transmission of sounds through and between materials, including air, wall, and musical instruments. The degree to which sound is transferred between two materials depends on how well their acoustical impedances match. Musical instruments are generally designed to radiate sound effecti ... Read »


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    • Audio sequencer

    • The term "audio sequencer" or "audio sequencing" seems to be not clearly defined. Music sequencer, a class of device or music software to record, edit, and play back the music, by handling musical notes and performance information in various forms Several people tend to use the term "audio sequencer" to refer several ... Read »


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    • Chroma feature

    • In the music context, the term chroma feature or chromagram closely relates to the twelve different pitch classes. Chroma-based features, which are also referred to pitch class profiles, are a powerful tool for analyzing music whose pitches can be meaningfully categorized (often into twelve categories) and whose tuning ... Read »


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    • Evertune

    • EverTune is an American company that produces the EverTune bridge, designed to keep guitar strings in tune. Stringed instruments, particularly guitars, have a tendency to get out of tune during playing, especially if strings are bent. In the late 1980s, Gibson developed a system called the Gibson Robot Guitar whic ... Read »


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    • Fairlight CMI

    • Fairlight CMI

      The Fairlight CMI (short for Computer Musical Instrument) was one of the earliest music workstations with an embedded digital sampling synthesizer. It was introduced in 1979 by the founders of Fairlight, Peter Vogel and Kim Ryrie, developed based on the commercial license of Qasar M8 dual-MC6800 microprocessor musical ... Read »


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    • Focusrite

    • Focusrite plc.

      Focusrite plc (formerly Focusrite Audio Engineering Ltd.) is an English audio equipment manufacturer based in High Wycombe, England. Focusrite designs and markets audio interfaces, microphone preamps, consoles, analogue EQs and Channel strips, and digital audio processing hardware and software. Many, but not all, Focus ... Read »


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    • Goji Electronics

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      Goji Electronics, Inc. is a producer of computer, smartphone, audio products and equipment headquartered in Hemel Hempstead, United Kingdom. The audio division of the company was founded by grime artist and entrepreneur Tinchy Stryder and DSG International plc president Lord Kalms, and primarily produces products under ... Read »


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    • Harshness

    • Harshness (also called raucousness), in music information retrieval, is a Non-Contextual Low-Level Audio Descriptors (NLDs) that represents one dimension of the multi-dimensional psychoacoustic feature called as musical timbre. Classical timbre’ NLDs are roughness, spectral centroid, and spectral flux. While harm ... Read »


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    • Iamus (computer)

    • Iamus

      Iamus is a computer cluster (a half-cabinet encased in a custom shell) located at Universidad de Málaga. Powered by Melomics' technology, the composing module of Iamus takes 8 minutes to create a full composition in different musical formats, although the native representation can be obtained by the whole system in ... Read »


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    • International Society for Music Information Retrieval

    • The International Society for Music Information Retrieval

      The International Society for Music Information Retrieval (ISMIR) is an international forum for research on the organization of music-related data. It started as an informal group steered by an ad hoc committee in 2000 which established a yearly symposium - whence "ISMIR", which meant International Symposium on Music I ... Read »


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    • International Standard Musical Work Code

    • International Standard Musical Work Code (ISWC) is a unique identifier for musical works, similar to ISBN. It is adopted as international standard ISO 15707. The ISO subcommittee with responsibility for the standard is TC 46/SC 9. Each code is composed of three parts: Currently, the only prefix defined is "T", in ... Read »


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    • Juno Ju-X

    • Juno Ju-X is a product design engineer for music and sound creation and also a brand name for his solo work. Ju-X was created in April 2003 by Juno Ju-X, who initially repaired rare electronics and electronic musical instruments. In 2006, the company began offering services to modify music sequencers and drum machines ... Read »


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    • Live Music Archive

    • Live Music Archive

      The Live Music Archive (LMA), part of the Internet Archive, is a collection of over 60,000 concert recordings in lossless audio formats. The website is known for its extensive collection of Grateful Dead recordings, but contains music from many other bands. The collection increased in size due to contribution of c ... Read »


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    • Loudspeaker

    • A loudspeaker (or loud-speaker or speaker) is an electroacoustic transducer; which converts an electrical audio signal into a corresponding sound. The most widely used type of speaker in the 2010s is the dynamic speaker, invented in 1925 by Edward W. Kellogg and Chester W. Rice. The dynamic speaker operates on the same ... Read »


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    • Melomics

    • Melomics Media

      Melomics (derived from "genomics of melodies") is a computational system for the automatic composition of music (with no human intervention), based on bioinspired algorithms. Melomics applies an evolutionary approach to music composition, i.e., music pieces are obtained by simulated evolution. These themes compete ... Read »


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    • Melomics109

    • Melomics109

      Melomics109 is a computer cluster (three cabinets with customized front panels) located at Universidad de Málaga. It is part of the Spanish Supercomputing Network, and has been designed to increase the computational power provided by Iamus. Powered by Melomics' technology, the composing module of Melomics109 is able ... Read »


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    • Music alignment

    • Music can be described and represented in many different ways including sheet music, symbolic representations, and audio recordings. For each of these representations, there may exist different versions that correspond to the same musical work. The general goal of music alignment (sometimes also referred to as music sy ... Read »


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    • Music software

    • Music software is software used for musical composition, digital recording, the creation of electronic music, and other musical applications. Music software has been around for nearly 40 years. It has been seen to have profound impacts on education involving music and creative expression. Musical software has become an ... Read »


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    • Music stand

    • A music stand is a pedestal or elevated rack designed to hold a paper score or sheets of music in position for reading. Most music stands for orchestral, chamber music or solo orchestra-family instruments (violin, oboe, trumpet, etc.) can be raised or lowered to accommodate seated or standing performers or performers o ... Read »


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    • Music store

    • A music store or musical instrument store is a retail business that sells musical instruments and related equipment and accessories. In United States and Canada, most music stores in the 2010s sell a range of electric instruments (e.g., electric guitars), instrument amplifiers (e.g., guitar amplifiers); electronic inst ... Read »


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    • Music technology (electric)

    • Electric music technology refers to musical instruments and recording devices that use electrical circuits, which are often combined with mechanical technologies. Examples of electric musical instruments include the electro-mechanical electric piano (invented in 1929), the electric guitar (invented in 1931), the electr ... Read »


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    • Music Technology Group

    • The Music Technology Group (MTG) is a research group of the Department of Information and Communication Technologies of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. It was founded in 1994 by its current director, Xavier Serra, and it specializes in sound and music computing research. The research of the MTG is quite c ... Read »


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    • Musical fountain

    • A musical fountain is a type of animated fountain for entertainment purposes that creates an aesthetic design (including three-dimensional images). This is achieved by employing the effects of timed sound waves and timed light (including laser) against water particles. The water refracts and reflects the light, and in ... Read »


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    • Professional audio store

    • A professional audio store is a retail business that sells, and in many cases rents, sound reinforcement system equipment and PA system components used in music concerts, live shows, dance parties and speaking events. This equipment typically includes microphones, power amplifiers, electronic effects units (e.g., rever ... Read »


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    • Sheet music

    • Sheet music is a handwritten or printed form of music notation that uses modern musical symbols to indicate the pitches (melodies), rhythms and/or chords of a song or instrumental musical piece. Like its analogs – printed books or pamphlets in English, Arabic or other languages – the medium of sheet music typ ... Read »


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    • Sound and music computing

    • Sound and music computing (SMC) is a research field that studies the whole sound and music communication chain from a multidisciplinary point of view. By combining scientific, technological and artistic methodologies it aims at understanding, modeling and generating sound and music through computational approaches. ... Read »


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    • Sound and Music Computing Conference

    • The Sound and Music Computing (SMC) Conference is the forum for international exchanges around the core interdisciplinary topics of Sound and Music Computing. The conference is held annually to facilitate the exchange of ideas in this field. This sections speaks briefly about subfields related to Sound and Music C ... Read »


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    • Stereophonic sound

    • Stereophonic sound or, more commonly, stereo, is a method of sound reproduction that creates an illusion of multi-directional audible perspective. This is usually achieved by using two or more independent audio channels through a configuration of two or more loudspeakers (or stereo headphones) in such a way as to creat ... Read »


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    • Timeline of music technology

    • The timeline of music technology provides the major dates in the history of electric music technologies inventions from the 1800s to the early 1900s and electronic and digital music technologies from 1917 (the date of the Theremin's development) and electric music technologies to the 2010s. ... Read »


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