The Digital Score

The Digital Score

The Digital Score: Musicianship, Creativity and Innovation offers a guide into this new landscape, reflecting on what these changes mean for music-making from both theoretical and applied perspectives.

Author: Craig Vear

Publisher:

ISBN: 1138586684

Category: Music

Page: 228

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Digital technology is transforming the musical score as a broad array of innovative score systems have become available to musicians. From attempts to mimic the print score, to animated and graphical scores, to artificial intelligence-based options, digital scoring affects the musical process by opening up new possibilities for dynamic interaction between the performer and the music, changing how we understand the boundaries between composition, score, improvisation and performance. The Digital Score: Musicianship, Creativity and Innovation offers a guide into this new landscape, reflecting on what these changes mean for music-making from both theoretical and applied perspectives. Drawing on findings from over a decade's worth of practice-based experimentation in the field, author Craig Vear builds a framework for understanding how digital scores create meaning. He considers the interactions between affect, embodiment and digital scores, offering the first comprehensive and critical consideration of an exciting field with no agreed-upon borders. Featuring insights from interviews with over fifty musicians and composers from across four continents, this book is a valuable resource for music researchers and practitioners alike. offering the first comprehensive and critical consideration of an exciting field with no agreed-upon borders. Featuring insights from interviews with over fifty musicians and composers from across four continents, this book is a valuable resource for music researchers and practitioners alike.
Categories: Music

The Digital Score

The Digital Score

In Chapter 2, 'The Nature of the Digital Score', I introduce the theoretical framework for understanding the digital score. My argument starts by considering the core purpose and core function of a digital score.

Author: Craig Vear

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429997068

Category: Music

Page: 228

View: 278

Digital technology is transforming the musical score as a broad array of innovative score systems have become available to musicians. From attempts to mimic the print score, to animated and graphical scores, to artificial intelligence-based options, digital scoring affects the musical process by opening up new possibilities for dynamic interaction between the performer and the music, changing how we understand the boundaries between composition, score, improvisation and performance. The Digital Score: Musicianship, Creativity and Innovation offers a guide into this new landscape, reflecting on what these changes mean for music-making from both theoretical and applied perspectives. Drawing on findings from over a decade’s worth of practice-based experimentation in the field, author Craig Vear builds a framework for understanding how digital scores create meaning. He considers the interactions between affect, embodiment and digital scores, offering the first comprehensive and critical consideration of an exciting field with no agreed-upon borders. Featuring insights from interviews with over fifty musicians and composers from across four continents, this book is a valuable resource for music researchers and practitioners alike.
Categories: Music

The Digital Transformation of Logistics

The Digital Transformation of Logistics

With a cross-category score of 22%, the digital maturity of air carriers lags behind ocean carriers (38%). Manel Galindo, CEO of digital freight solutions provider WebCargo, stresses that this is likely due to the low budgets of airline ...

Author: Johannes Kern

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119646402

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 480

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The digital transformation is in full swing and fundamentally changes how we live, work, and communicate with each other. From retail to finance, many industries see an inflow of new technologies, disruption through innovative platform business models, and employees struggling to cope with the significant shifts occurring. This Fourth Industrial Revolution is predicted to also transform Logistics and Supply Chain Management, with delivery systems becoming automated, smart networks created everywhere, and data being collected and analyzed universally. The Digital Transformation of Logistics: Demystifying Impacts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution provides a holistic overview of this vital subject clouded by buzz, hype, and misinformation. The book is divided into three themed-sections: Technologies such as self-driving cars or virtual reality are not only electrifying science fiction lovers anymore, but are also increasingly presented as cure-all remedies to supply chain challenges. In The Digital Transformation of Logistics: Demystifying Impacts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, the authors peel back the layers of excitement that have grown around new technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT), 3D printing, Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Blockchain or Cloud computing, and show use cases that give a glimpse about the fascinating future we can expect. Platforms that allow businesses to centrally acquire and manage their logistics services disrupt an industry that has been relationship-based for centuries. The authors discuss smart contracts, which are one of the most exciting applications of Blockchain, Software as a Service (SaaS) offerings for freight procurement, where numerous data sources can be integrated and decision-making processes automated, and marine terminal operating systems as an integral node for shipments. In The Digital Transformation of Logistics: Demystifying Impacts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, insights are shared into the cold chain industry where companies respond to increasing quality demands, and how European governments are innovatively responding to challenges of cross-border eCommerce. People are a vital element of the digital transformation and must be on board to drive change. The Digital Transformation of Logistics: Demystifying Impacts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution explains how executives can create sustainable impact and how competencies can be managed in the digital age - especially for sales executives who require urgent upskilling to remain relevant. Best practices are shared for organizational culture change, drawing on studies among senior leaders from the US, Singapore, Thailand, and Australia, and for managing strategic alliances with logistics service providers to offset risks and create cross-functional, cross-company transparency. The Digital Transformation of Logistics: Demystifying Impacts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution provides realistic insights, a ready-to-use knowledge base, and a working vocabulary about current activities and emerging trends of the Logistics industry. Intended readers are supply chain professionals working for manufacturing, trading, and freight forwarding companies as well as students and all interested parties.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Performance Subjectivity and Experimentation

Performance  Subjectivity  and Experimentation

Resisting the electronic score and experiencing an unknown path in performance As stated above, I performed the work from a paper score rather than the digital score display. At that point in my career, using an electronic tablet (such ...

Author: Catherine Laws

Publisher: Leuven University Press

ISBN: 9789462702318

Category: Art

Page: 243

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Music reflects subjectivity and identity: that idea is now deeply ingrained in both musicology and popular media commentary. The study of music across cultures and practices often addresses the enactment of subjectivity “in” music – how music expresses or represents “an” individual or “a” group. However, a sense of selfhood is also formed and continually reformed through musical practices, not least performance. How does this take place? How might the work of practitioners reveal aspects of this process? In what sense is subjectivity performed in and through musical practices? This book explores these questions in relation to a range of artistic research involving contemporary musical practices, drawing on perspectives from performance studies, phenomenology, embodied cognition, and theories of gendered and cultural identity.
Categories: Art

SCORE for health data technical package

SCORE for health data technical package

TABLE N.3 SCORING EXAMPLE FOR INDICATOR “NATIONAL DIGITAL HEALTH/ eHEALTH STRATEGY IS BASED ON STANDARDS” Item score (hypothetical) Response and score Indicator items 3 Digital plan /e-health strategy includes discussion of health data ...

Author:

Publisher: World Health Organization

ISBN: 9789240018723

Category: Medical

Page:

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The SCORE Assessment methodology, 2020 complements the SCORE Global report on health data and capacity, 2020, and explains how countries were assessed and scored by five interventions and the accompanying elements and indicators.
Categories: Medical

Finance in Rural China

Finance in Rural China

component indicator “level of interest rate”, the median score of the top 100 counties is also better than that of ... constructs the Digital Inclusive Financial Development Index for Chinese Counties (DIFDICC); measures the scores of ...

Author: Xingyuan Feng

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781000843446

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 221

View: 328

This book offers insights into the scholarly debates on formal and informal finance in rural China and fills a gap in the existing literature. The book provides an overview of the overall development of rural finance in China and explains the necessity of embarking on the pathway toward rural financial pluralization through the "Local Knowledge Paradigm". The authors also analyze formal and informal financial development and inclusive finance (including digital inclusive finance) in rural China in various dimensions. This book aids the understanding of the structure of the rural financial system and the operations of rural financial service providers in China. It will be a useful reference for those researching and interested in rural economy and rural finance.
Categories: Business & Economics

21st Century Guitar

21st Century Guitar

My primary motivation for beginning to create XR graphic scores was the capacity to place the performer and the ... Gesture recognition allows the elements of the score to not only be seen by the performer in digital space but also ...

Author: Richard Perks

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA

ISBN: 9781501373305

Category: Music

Page: 213

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In the 21st Century, the guitar, as both a material object and tool for artistic expression, continues to be reimagined and reinvented. From simple adaptations or modifications made by performers themselves, to custom-made instruments commissioned to fulfil specific functions, to the mass production of new lines of commercially available instruments, the extant and emergent forms of this much-loved musical instrument vary perhaps more than ever before. As guitars sporting multiple necks, a greater number of strings, and additional frets become increasingly common, so too do those with reduced registers, fewer strings, and fretless fingerboards. Furthermore, as we approach the mark of the first quarter-century, the role of technology in relation to the guitar's protean nature is proving key, from the use of external effects units to synergies with computers and AR headsets. Such wide-ranging evolutions and augmentations of the guitar reflect the advancing creative and expressive needs of the modern guitarist and offer myriad new affordances. 21st Century Guitar examines the diverse physical manifestations of the guitar across the modern performative landscape through a series of essays and interviews. Academics, performers and dual-practitioners provide significant insights into the rich array of guitar-based performance practices emerging and thriving in this century, inviting a reassessment of the guitar's identity, physicality and sound-creating possibilities.
Categories: Music

Building Digital Bridges

Building Digital Bridges

Generally speaking , the access score is the highest and the quality of usage is the lowest . ... 3.4 Calculation of the Digital Gini Ratio based on the Personal Informatization Score To measure the digital divide in the country , Korea ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCBK:C095154567

Category: Digital communications

Page: 476

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Categories: Digital communications

Gamification in Education Breakthroughs in Research and Practice

Gamification in Education  Breakthroughs in Research and Practice

For the evaluation of the digital games created by the research participants, the researcher used the Educational Electronic Games Rubric to evaluate each of the digital game. Specific scores were given to each game. A game with a score ...

Author: Management Association, Information Resources

Publisher: IGI Global

ISBN: 9781522551997

Category: Education

Page: 677

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Serious games provide a unique opportunity to fully engage students more than traditional teaching approaches. Understanding the best way to utilize these games and the concept of play in an educational setting is imperative for effectual learning in the 21st century. Gamification in Education: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice is an innovative reference source for the latest academic material on the different approaches and issues faced in integrating games within curriculums. Highlighting a range of topics, such as learning through play, virtual worlds, and educational computer games, this publication is ideally designed for educators, administrators, software designers, and stakeholders in all levels of education.
Categories: Education

Digital Transformation and Global Society

Digital Transformation and Global Society

4.1 Descriptive Statistics In order to identify the differences between high and low performing in KM organizations we divided the sample in three groups based on their total survey score: top quarter, low quarter, and the remaining ...

Author: Daniel A. Alexandrov

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319697840

Category: Computers

Page: 476

View: 456

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Digital Transformation and Global Society, DTGS 2017, held in St. Petersburg, Russia, in June 2017. The 34 revised full papers and three revised short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 134 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on eSociety: social media analysis; eSociety: ICTs in education and science; eSociety: legal, security and usability issues; ePolity: electronic governance and electronic participation; ePolity: politics of cyberspace; eCity: urban planning and smart cities; eHealth: ICTs in public health management; eEconomy and eFinance: finance and knowledge management.
Categories: Computers