Electronic and Computer Music
A context-sensitive, on-the-fly (live coding) audio programming environ/mentality integrated with the ChucK programming language.
The Stanford University Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics is a multi-disciplinary facility where composers and researchers work together using computer-based technology both as an artistic medium and as a research tool.
Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras (CMMAS)
A Morelia, Mexico center for creation and research on everything related to sound.
Music software for Palm OS handhelds.
Concurrent, on-the-fly (live coding) audio programming language.
A computer music language designed to create and manipulate soundfiles, or files containing raw binary data which can be converted into sound.
The Center for New Music and Audio Technologies is a music research, composition, teaching, recording and performance facility located just north of UC Berkeley.
Computer Music Center
Computer music facility at Columbia University.
UCSD's Center for Research in Computing and the Arts facilitates the invention of new art forms that arise out of the developments of digital technologies.
The Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology at UCSB is a productive environment available to students, researchers, and media artists for the realization of music and multimedia works.
A programming language designed and optimized for sound rendering and signal processing.
Creators of Max/MSP/Jitter and other software.
Electronic Music Foundation (EMF)
Provides access to materials and information essential to understanding the history and current development of electronic music and related artforms.
The International Computer Music Association is an international affiliation of individuals and institutions involved in the technical, creative, and performance aspects of computer music.
The Institut de Recherche et Coordination Acoustique/Musique is a contemporary musical research and production center based at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
A Java API for music composition, interactive performance, and intelligent instrument design.
Provides real-time audio synthesis for Java programmers.
Max Objects Database
A site to find objects, patches, applications, etc. from the Max/MSP/Jitter universe.
Vacuum tube music synthesizers.
MIT Media Lab
A laboratory focusing on the study, invention, and creative use of digital technologies.
New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME)
Conference for researchers and musicians to share their knowledge and late-breaking work on new musical interface design.
Using code as an expressive musical instrument (live coding).
Pd Community Site
Pure Data is a real-time graphical programming environment for audio, video, and graphical processing.
PDa - Puredata anywhere
A clone of the computer music system Pure Data that runs on Personal Digital Assistants.
A port of PDa for iPods running Linux.
An independent web site about women who are DJs, electronic musicians and sound artists.
A real-time software language for doing digital sound synthesis and signal-processing.
A collection of sound file and audio hardware handlers written in C and running currently on SGI (either audio library), Sun, OSS or ALSA (Linux and others), Mac OSX, HPUX, and Windows systems.
A tangible interface that enables children to record,
modify and arrange sound samples in a playful way.
An application for sinusoidal audio analysis, editing and synthesis.
The Studio for Electro-Instrumental Music is an independent live electronic music center in Amsterdam.
A real time audio synthesis programming language.
The Synthesis Toolkit
A set of open source audio signal processing and algorithmic synthesis classes written in the C++ programming language.
(Temporary|Transnational|Terrestrial|Transdimensional) Organisation for the (Promotion|Proliferation|Permanence|Purity) of Live (Algorithm|Audio|Art|Artistic) Programming.