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Publication details for Professor Peter Manning

Clarke, Michael, Dufeu, Frédéric & Manning, Peter (2013), TIAALS: A New Generic Set of Tools for the Interactive Aural Analysis of Electroacoustic Music, Electroacoustic Music in the Context of Interactive Approaches and Networks. Lisbon, Portugal, Lisbon.

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Abstract

TIAALS is a development from earlier Interactive Aural Analyses. As well as playing an important role in the TaCEM project, TIAALS provides a set of generic tools that can be used by any analyst seeking a means of working interactively with the sound of a piece in creating and presenting their analyses. IAA is not a method of automated analysis by computer (although we may build some automated options into later versions); it is primarily a set of tools for an analyst to use to help in their own interactive aural investigation of works and in the presentation of their findings. It is envisaged that TIAALS will be further refined and extended in response to our own needs in relation to the TaCEM project over the next two years and in response to feedback from other users.