The Principles of Microtiming and Musical Photorealism

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The Principles of Microtiming and Musical Photorealism

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Title: The Principles of Microtiming and Musical Photorealism
Author: Beaudoin, Richard
Citation: Beaudoin, Richard. 2009. The principles of microtiming and musical photorealism. Unpublished manuscript.
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Abstract: A detailed description of the process by which microtiming data (in milliseconds) and sound energy data (in decibels) generated by LARA is transformed into musical notation, followed by a brief summary of the genesis of musical photorealism, its applications, and its links to cantus firmus techniques and photographic processes.
Citable link to this page: http://nrs.harvard.edu/urn-3:HUL.InstRepos:3351709

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