New Artistic Possibilities with

The Max Maestro - An Animated Music Notation System

for Non-Professional Performers


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[1.]Brown Earle, December 1952, - Music, Earl Brown Selected Works 1952-1965/ New world records, 2006 <>

[2.]Cage John, Fontana Mix (1958), Music, John Cage – Fontana Mix/ Cherry Red Records (2010)


[3.]McKenna Shane, Animated Graphic Notation – Paper at ISEA2011 Istanbul (International Symposium on Electronic Art)

[4.]  Wyatt, A. K., & Hope, C. (2013). Animated music notation on the iPad (or: Music stands just weren't designed to support laptops). In Proceedings of the 2013 ICMC Conference. (pp. 201-207)

[5.] Smith, Ryan Ross, <>

[6.] Hope, Cat/ Vickery, Lindsay, Decibel Score Player (2011), <>

[7.] S.L.A.T.U.R, <>

[8.] McKenna, Shane/ Redmond, Killian – Dabbledoomusic (2012) - Animated notation application for children - <>

[9.] Lind Anders, Voices of Umeå: an artistic research project, (Department of Creative studies/ Umeå university/ Sweden, 2013-2015) <>

[10.] Lind, Anders, Voices of Umeå part I: We Speak Music!, (2013) <>

[11.]  Lind Anders, Voices of Umeå part III: Everybody Scream!!! (2014)                           


[12.]   True Nicholas, Papworth Nigel, Zarin Ru, Peeters Jeroen, Nilbrink Fredrik, Lindbergh Kent, Fällman Daniel, Lind Anders, The Voice Harvester: an interactive installation, (2013, Proceedings of the CHI ´13 conference: Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 3003-06)

[13.]   Lind, Anders, Voices of Umeå part II: Singing Instruments!! (2013) <>

[14.] Hannula, M, Suoranta, J, Vadén, T, Griffiths, G, & Kölhi, K. 2005. Artistic research: Theories, methods and practices. Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki, Finland and University of Gothenburg / ArtMonitor, Gothenburg, Sweden 2005.

[15.]   Arlander, Anette. 2014. On Methods of Artistic Research. In Torbjörn Lind/ Swedish research council (ed.). Method Process Reporting, Artistic yearbook 2014. Swedish Research Council, Stockholm. pp. 27-39.

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[17.]   Ligeti, György, Volumina, (1966)


[18.]   Xenakis, Iannis. Metastasis (1954) <>

[19.] Penderecki, Krzysztof, Threnody for the Victims of Hiroshima, (1960) <>

[20.] Bernard, Jonathan W. "Voice leading as a spatial function in the music of Ligeti." Music Analysis 13.2/3 (1994): 227-253.

[21.] Freeman Jason, Glimmer: “Creating New Connections” in Transdisciplinary Digital Art. Sound, Vision and the New Screen by Randy Adams, Steve Gibson, Stefan Muller Arisona (Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2008) pp 270-283

[22.] Weitzner Nathan, Freeman Jason, Chen Yan-Ling and Garret Stephen (2013). massMobile: towards a flexible framework for large-scale participatory collaborations in live performances. Organised Sound, 18, pp 30-42

[23.] Barret G. Douglas and Winter Michael (2010) LiveScore: Realtime Notation in the Music of Harris Wulfson, Contemporary Music Review, 29:1, pp 55-62

[24.] Freeman Jason and Godfrey Mark (2010) Creative collaboration between audiences and musicians in Flock, Digital Creativity, 21:2, pp 85-99

[25.] Hasse Jean (1986) Moths – for a few hundred whistlers,


[26.]   Chénard, M. The Millenium Symphony: A work for the Beginning of Time; Part I: The Musical Challenge. La Scena Musical, Vol. 5, No. 8, May 2000.

[27.] Greschak, John, Articles on Polytempo (2001)                                                             


[28.]   Kocher, Philippe, Polytempo Network: A System for Technology-Assisted Conducting,

(2014, Proceedings of the ICMC/SMC/2014 conference)

[29.]   Stockhausen, Karl Heinz, Gruppen (1955-57)


[30.]   Boulez, Pierre, Rituel in memoriam Bruno Maderna (1975)

[31.]   Lind, Anders, Music for Chamber Ensemble and Five Electronic Conductors (2009)


[32.]   Cowell, Henry, The tides of Manaunaun (1917),  


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[36.] Rolo, R. (2011). Singstar - Applying to Music Education. In T. Bastiaens & M. Ebner (Eds.), Proceedings of EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2011 (pp. 3192-3201). Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

[37.]   Lind Anders, Nylén Daniel. 2016. Mapping Everyday Objects to Digital Materiality in The Wheel Quintet: Polytempic Music and Participatory Art. In Proceedings for NIME 2016 in Brisbane, Australia.

[38.]   Lind, Anders. 2016. An Animated Music Notation/ Electronic Conductor System in a Concert Hall Performance for 30 School Children, a Chamber Orchestra and Electronics. Presentation at Animated Notation Online Symposium 2016.