INScore

an Interactive Augmented Music Score.

INScore is an environment for the design of Interactive Augmented Music Scores.

An Augmented Score is a graphic space providing representation, composition and manipulation of heterogeneous music objects (music scores but also images, text, signals...), both in the graphic and time domains. For all objects of the score, it formally defines the properties required to address and to synchronize them in the graphic space, according to their temporal relationship. In addition, it supports the representation of the music performance, considered as a specific sound or gesture instance of the score.

An Interactive Score is a music score that you can interact with in real-time. For example, you can design the score while you're playing the music.

These two approaches of the music score contribute to dynamically relate a symbolic music object to its performance.
INScore supports:
  • Music scores [ GMN (Guido Music Notation), MusicXML]
  • Textual elements
  • Bitmaps [jpg, gif, tiff, png,...]
  • Vectorial graphics (rectangles, ellipses,...)
  • Scalable Vector Graphics [SVG]
  • Video files
  • Sound and gesture graphic representations

INScore is:
   INScore v.1.08 is available.

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Can be controled using various interfaces:
A lot of examples available

See the youtube demo



More videos...


Related publications:

  • INScore OSC Messages Reference
    D. Fober
    Grame 2014
  • INScore Reference Card
    D. Fober
    Grame 2013
  • INScore - An Environment for the Design of Live Music Scores
    D. Fober,Y. Orlarey, S. Letz
    Proceedings of the Linux Audio Conference - LAC 2012
  • Interlude - A Framework for Augmented Music Scores
    D. Fober, C. Daudin, Y. Orlarey, S. Letz
    Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing conference - SMC'10 2010
  • Interlude - A Framework for Augmented Music Scores
    D. Fober, C. Daudin, Y. Orlarey, S. Letz
    Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing conference - SMC'10 2010
  • Time Synchronization in Graphic Domain - A new paradigm for Augmented Music Scores
    D. Fober, C. Daudin, Y. Orlarey, S. Letz
    Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference ICMA 2010
  • Partitions musicales augmentées
    D. Fober, C. Daudin, Y. Orlarey, S. Letz
    Actes des Journées d'Informatique Musicale JIM2010
More information about the project is available here.

INScore makes use of the following technologies: the GUIDOEngine, the IRCAM Gesture Follower, the GRAME FAUST compiler, theQt5 cross-platform application and UI framework, the V8 JavaScript Engine

INScore originates from a work conducted by the Grame Computer Music Research Lab.
in the context of the Interlude and Inedit projects, with the support of the ANR.
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