as a followup to this post I also found some interesting other articles which would be good to follow up on:
Also, this Google Scholar overview of ranking, which drills down to music and musicology.
Recently I was linked to a news report about researchers studying beatboxing.
Very interesting, and so was this article from 2010, that i found on google scholar.
The Fox article mentions that they will have a paper in an upcoming edition of the journal of the acoustical society of America – probably the march edition. – I’ll look forward to reading it.
Last year I had the opportunity to attend the ICMC2007 in Copenhagen. A lot of different people attended the conference; instrument designers, composers, audiology therapists and of course developers and DSP researchers. The topics presented at the conference were of course broad, to appeal to all these different people and even though a lot of it was very interesting for me, it wasn’t specific to what I want to explore.
So where can I go? I’ve come across a few possibilities, which are the basis of this post.
Also, for a possible application of algorithmically generated music, look at beatsuite.com
Note: Just found out that this post hadn’t been posted but was saved as a draft. Will have to remember to check in the future.