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The Bucket System - NIME Performance

Conference paper
Authors Palle Dahlstedt
Per Anders Nilsson
Gino Robair
Published in Concert performance at the 15th International Conference of New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME'15)
Publisher Louisiana State University
Place of publication Baton Rouge, LA, USA
Publication year 2015
Published at Department of Applied Information Technology (GU)
Academy of Music and Drama
Language en
Keywords improvisation, systemic improvisation, generative score, comprovisation, game piece
Subject categories Other information technology, Music

Abstract

The Bucket System is a new work centered around a computer-mediated ensemble improvisation system. We call this “systemic improvisation”, where there is no predetermined timeline or predefined musical content. The music emerges from the dynamics of the system in an encounter with the personalities of the players. It comes out of a tradition of structured free ensemble improvisation practices, a.k.a comprovisation in addition to influences from experimental and avant-garde music practices of the post World War 2 period. The Bucket System is a signaling system between musicians, based on a set of McMillen QuNeo:s controllers as both input and output interfaces together with custom software implemented in Pure Data. It allows for a new kind of on-stage compositional/ improvisation interaction within a group of acoustic or electronic musicians.

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