Research (i-score project)

ossia score lays on specifications produced by the i-score research project, which has been led by LaBRI (with several academic, industrial and artistic partners) for about 20 years, in order to devise new models and applications for designing and executing interactive scores, first for musical composition only with Boxes, and IScore.  

Intermedia/multimedia support has then been added from 2008 on with the Virage research project, and then with the i-score sequencer.

Following the OSSIA research project (between 2012 and 2015), a new version of the sequencer has been implemented by Jean-Michaël Celerier, as part of his PhD, by basing it on an autonomous library. This endeavour has been joined by several artists and developers, formed as the ossia collective, and hence the sequencer has been baptized ossia score, and its underlying library libossia. They are both available on github, and documented on ossia.io 

For more details on  i-score‘s family tree and research process, an “inheritence graph” is available at the end of this page.

 

Below are articles that were published in various conferences, as well as Ph. D dissertations whose subject was in relation with i-score:

2018

 

 

2017

2015

2014

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

2007

2006

2004

i-score’s family tree graph :