Example patches to accompany paper by Paul Vandemast-Bell and John Ferguson as presented September 2017 at University of Westminster (UK) as part of Innovation In Music (#InMusic17).
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Perspectives-on-Musical-Time

Example patches to accompany a paper by Paul Vandemast-Bell and John Ferguson titled 'Perspectives on Musical Time and Human/Machine Agency in the Development of Performance Systems for Live Electronic Music'. This was presented 8th September 2017 at University of Westminster (UK) as part of Innovation In Music (#InMusic17) http://www.musicinnovation.co.uk.

The Pure data patches included in this repository were created by John Ferguson using Pure data (vanilla), a demonstration/overview of the contents can be found here: https://vimeo.com/233279073. These patches are intended to offer practical/experimental starting points for exploration beyond the conventions of grid-based musical time that are common to much electronic music. For performance documentation of a project that makes use of these techniques (running Pure data on an embedded system) see: https://vimeo.com/200625002.

Pure data is required to run the patches, this free and open-source software is available from Miller Puckette: http://msp.ucsd.edu/software.html.

Also included is a ClyphX MIDI Remote Script as used by Paul Vandemast-Bell to customize the relationship between Ableton Live software and Ableton Push 1 hardware.

Link to full paper will be posted here when available.