and his students at Harvey Mudd College have designed a automated jazz
improvising software system that generates solos, not unlike those in
the Band In A Box program. Check it out.
Christopher Todd at Glasgow
Caledonian University is using Jmusic to develop a real time Conductor
software, which can change the tempo of a backing track dependent on
the amount of key hits on a keyboard.
The aesthetic selection of melodies
created using genetic algorithms. Research of Mr. Lo Man Yat at The
University of Essex, UK.
Here is the site.
of Bach Chorales
Martin Elmer Jørgensen and Søren Tjagvad Madsen
used jMusic in thier research
work on the use of Neural Networks for that harmonisation of Bach
They also used it for the SimFinder
(Similarity Finder) system as part of their Master of Computer Science thesis
This research program
seeks to make algorithmic music processes accessible over the web.
Applets written with jMusic provide composition, analysis, and
entertainment tools online. Target audiences include music students and
amateur musicians. This project is supported by the QUT Creative
This project in Italy
developed a MIDI to XML process using jMusic.
Rene Wooller is
developing an application for live elctronic music. This was originally
based on MIDI data sent to samplers and synthesizers, but is now
incororating its own audio engine.
Opie is working on a real time granular synthesis
instrument in jMusic. he will be performing it at the REV festival in
Brisbane, Australia in April 2002.
Joel Joslin has a
project to develop a virtual model of the classic analogue synthesizer,
the Roland Jupiter 8. This software synthesizer is controllable in real
time via MIDI or used as a jMusic instrument for rendering scores.
Musical Interactive Space, is what
Derryn McMaster calls his real-time music system controlled by
data-glove gestures. Powered by jMusic of course :)
The Sound of Encription
A project that embedded messages within
files, and used jMusic to do it. Read the report.