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Contemporary Performing Arts Testbed

  • David GiarettaEmail author
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Abstract

Since the 1970s, the field of performance arts has quickly evolved thanks to the development of, and innovation in computers, software and electronic devices that have transformed stage practices. Whereas performers used hardware devices for all signal processing required on stage, they progressively moved to software environments enabling them to develop personal interactive modules. This initially applied to music, but quickly expanded to dance, theatre and installations.

Keywords

Logical Relationship Audio File Archival System Motion Capture Data Audio Effect 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.STFC and Alliance for Permanent AccessYetminster, DorsetUK

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