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Pope, Stephen Travis

Object-oriented Music Representation


Thursday 7 July 2005, by Leigh Landy

This article introduces the basic notions of object-oriented software technology, and investigates how these might be useful for music representation (including sound-based work). In particular, the author’s Smalltalk music object kernel (Smoke) music representation language is described.

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