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csv data imported into SonicPi and converted into sound events

csv data imported into SonicPi and converted into sound events

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This article scrutinizes the possible use of musical notations as graphic and sound as acoustic representations of multidimensional adjacencies. The commonly used representation of adjacencies as a graph or a bubble diagramm may only supply limited clarity in certain cases, especially if several layers of parameters are involved. This research show...

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... was chosen out of a generally very diverse variety of existing musical software (Mazzola 2006) due to its easy access free of charge and simple data connectivity. In practice the compositional matrices and the matrices to describe spatial relations are stored in several .csv-files which are accessed and converted into sound events by SonicPi ( fig. ...