For each participant of a subgroup generator renders an individual "score" a set of instructions for the artist. These instructions are linked with "scores" of other participants. Type of this link can be very diverse from the similarity to contrast. Score is available to improvisers as automatically updating web page that can be viewed on any device, which has access to the network and browser.
In the Middle Ages music was studied with mathematical disciplines, not with humanities. In the time of romantic harmony of the XIX century musicologists, eg., Hugo Riemann, began to explain the harmony of music using mathematical notation. They strove to achieve accuracy in the analytical methods as if musicology was like physics. The next step was the idea of composition using formulae. More
COIMS was designed to unite musicians in any number of subgroups. Musicians in one subgroup share common musical idea. For each participant of a subgroup generator renders an individual "score" a set of instructions for the artist. These instructions are linked with "scores" of other participants. More
CybOrk is an ‘open source', improvised and highly integrated sonic environment. CybOrk is a large net of spatially separated mobile workstations, having local sound and integrated into wifi network. It explores all sorts of interaction between players, algorithms, sensors, environments and audiences. More