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Re: scoring and notation software




On Feb 8, 2013, at 4:42 PM, Per Boysen wrote:

 I'm not aware of
anything that can "render a score" because a score always needs smart
(human) decisions on how to make it optimally readable for the
musicians



I guess I am imagining something like a score visualizer that would be something like Sibelius combined with an Autodesk design program.
Let the software "guess" at the score and then use templates to map the notation to non-traditional configurations like those found in the book Notations by John Cage.
The interesting thing would be to see how adding increments of complexity would affect the "guessing" and the graphic rendering.

I do have Logic and Ableton 9 lined up so you've pointed in a direction to experiment with.

thanks

BobC