INScore - augmented interactive music scores
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Welcome to INScore

Grame - Centre National de Création Musicale

INScore is an environment for the design of interactive augmented music scores. It extends the music representation to arbitrary graphic objects, including symbolic music notation. It provides time synchronization in the graphic space, signals graphic representations, interaction processes representation, dynamic and interactive scores. It supports Web and local network extensions.

INScore runs on the main operating systems: Linux, MacOS, iOS, Windows, Android.

See INScore page for more information.

See INScore wiki for building instructions.

Binary distributions are available from https://sourceforge.net/projects/inscore/files/


Acknowledgments

INScore was initiated in the framework of the Interlude project (http://interlude.ircam.fr), funded by the French National Research Agency [ANR-08-CORD-010].

I would like to thank all the people who have been contributing to INScore design and development, and especially:

Kevin Bardotti, Christophe Daudin, Sarah Denoux, Martin Carlé, Guillaume Gouilloux, Joachim Heintz, Camille Le Roi, Gabriel Lepetit-Aimon, Arnaud Margaillan, Eric Ravel.

Many thanks also to the Interlude team - Frédéric Bevilacqua, Norbert Schnell, Nicolas Rasamimanana, Emmanuel Fléty, Fabrice Guédy, Jean-Louis Frechin, Uros Petrevski, Bernard Garabédian, Rémi Dury, Bruno Verbrugghe - who contributed to the elaboration of the project foundations.

And of course, warmest thanks to my colleagues and friends Stéphane Letz and Yann Orlarey.


Dominique Fober