The Principles of Microtiming and Musical Photorealism
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CitationBeaudoin, Richard. 2009. The principles of microtiming and musical photorealism. Unpublished manuscript.
AbstractA 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.
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