HCI + Sound & Music Computing

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Latest Publications

  • Forthcoming New Xambó, A. (2023) “Discovering Creative Commons Sounds in Live Coding”. Organised Sound. 28(2).
  • Xambó, A., Goudarzi, V. (2022) “The Mobile Audience as a Digital Musical Persona in Telematic Performance” [PDF] [PubPub]. Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME ’22). Waipapa Taumata Rau, Aotearoa / The University of Auckland, New Zealand.
  • Xambó, A. (2022) “Virtual Agents in Live Coding: A Review of past, present and future directions”. e-Contact! (online journal). [PUBLISHED] [PREPRINT]
  • Roma, G., Xambó, A., Green, O., Tremblay, P.A. (2021) A General Framework for Visualization of Sound Collections in Musical Interfaces. (Open Access). Applied Sciences, 11(24):11926. [Companion Website]

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Latest Performances

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Latest Other Activities

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Interviews / On the Press

  • (November 25, 2022) Exposition of my live-coding work published in the book: Blackwell, A.F., Cocker, E., Cox, G., McLean, A., Magnusson, T. (2022) Live Coding: A User's Manual", The MIT Press, pp. 122-124.
  • (July 7, 2022) Interview by Jacob Hart about my practice, approach, and experiences using FluCoMa tools or similar technologies (machine learning, signal decomposition, audio descriptors) on SuperCollider. Episode 6 of the FluCoMa Podcast.
  • (January, 2022) Review of Dirty Dialogues by Emily Pothast (2021 Rewind, The Wire 455, January 2022). About our live album "Dirty Dialogues" performed by Dirty Electronics Ensemble, Jon.Ogara and Anna Xambó.

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