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Publications and Sample Works
Publications
Composing with Sieves: Structure and Indeterminacy in Time Sever Tipei.
Proc. 2013 Int'l Computer Music Conference Perth, Australia, August 2013. International Computer Music Association, San Francisco CA, 2013.

Continuity and Narrative in Musical Composition: Are They Necessary ?

Sever Tipei.
SEAMUS 2011 National Conference, University of Miami, January 2011

Automatic Notation of Computer-generated Scores for Instruments, Voices and Electro-acoustic Sounds
Andrew A. Burnson, Hans G. Kaper, and Sever Tipei.
Proc. 2010 Int'l Computer Music Conference (New York/Stony Brook, NY, June 2010)
International Computer Music Association, San Francisco, CA, 2010.

DISSCO: A Unified Approach to Sound Synthesis and Composition.
Hans G. Kaper and Sever Tipei.
This version was submitted to the 2005 ICMC; a shorter (4 pages) version to appear in
Proc. 2005 Int'l Computer Music Conference (Barcelona, Spain, September 2005).
International Computer Music Association, San Francisco, CA, 2005.

Harmonic source separation using prestored spectra
Mert Bay and James W. Beauchamp
Proc. 6th Int. Conf. on Independent Component Analysis and Blind Source Separation (ICA06),
Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 561-568.


Loudness Scaling in a Digital Synthesis Library Jesse Guessford, Hans G. Kaper and Sever Tipei.
Proc. 2004 Int'l Computer Music Conference (Miami, Florida, November 2004).
International Computer Music Association, San Francisco, CA, 2004, pp. 398-401.

Detection of Random Alterations in Time Varying Musical Instrument Spectra
Andrew Horner, James W. Beauchamp, Richard So
J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 116, No. 3, pp. 1800-1810.

Implementation of loudness in a digital instrument
Hans G. Kaper and Sever Tipei. Invited talk, Acoustical Society of America, Chicago, May 2001.

DISCO: an Object-oriented System for Music Composition and Sound Design
Hans G. Kaper, Sever Tipei, and Jeff M. Wright
Proc. 2000 Int'l Computer Music Conference (Berlin, Germany; August 2000),
International Computer Music Association, San Francisco, CA, 2000, pp. 340-343.

Fundamental Frequency Estimation of Musical Signals Using a Two Way Mismatch Procedure
Robert C. Maher, James W. Beauchamp
J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 95, No.4, pp. 2254-2263.

Formalizing the Concept of Sound
Hans G. Kaper and Sever Tipei
Proc. 1999 Int'l Computer Music Conference (Beijing, China; October 1999),
International Computer Music Association, San Francisco, CA, 1999, pp. 387-390.

Discrimination of Musical Instruments Sounds Resynthesized with Simplified Spectrotemporal Parameters
Stephen McAdams, James W. Beauchamp, Suzanna Meneguzzi
J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 105, No. 2, Pt. 1, pp. 882-897. Location: Blank

Implementation of loudness in a digital instrument An Abstract Approach to Music
Hans G. Kaper and Sever Tipei
Argonne preprint ANL/MCS-P748-0399

A Genetic Algorithm-Based Method For Synthesis of Low Peak Amplitude Signals
Andrew Horner, James W. Beauchamp
J. Acoust. Soc. Am., Vol. 99, No. 1, pp. 433-443.


Manifold Compositions, Music Visualization, and Scientific Sonification in an Immersive Virtual-Reality Environment. (PDF file)
Hans G. Kaper and Sever Tipei
Proc. 1998 Int'l Computer Music Conference (Ann Arbor, Michigan; October 1998),
International Computer Music Association, San Francisco, CA, 1998, pp. 399-405.

Synthesis of Trumpet Tones Using a Wave Table and a Dynamic Filter
Andrew Horner, James W. Beauchamp
J. Audio Eng. Soc, Vol. 43, No. 10, pp. 799-812.

High-Performance Computing, Music Composition, and the Sonification of Scientific Data.
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Hans Kaper, Sever Tipei, and Elizabeth Wiebel.
Argonne preprint ANL/MCS-P690-0997.

Sample Works

Works produced in Music 448, Introduction to Computer Music
Produced with DISSCO
Spring 2013
Fall 2012

Discovery Class
Collective Composition - Collaboration of all the students in the class. Produced with SoundMaker. Spring 2006.

John Nichols III, Headbanger (2013)
Sean Harold, Project_IV (2011)
Insook Choi, Study* (1989)
Donnacha Dennehy Study* (1993), Du Temps Perdu (1994), GUBU (1995),
Voitures (for oboe + computer) (1996), Metropolis Mutabilis (1996).
Collin Franey: Swell, Fell, Bell* (1993)
Ray Watts: Elim-rue-kolah (1993)
* These pieces were specificably done with M4C.

Sever Tipei
ANL Folds - 1 - manifold composition for computer generated sounds, 1996 - 2002. Over 100 variants produced with DIASS on ANL parallel supercomputer
ANL Folds - 2 - variant
ANL Folds - 3 - variant
ANL Folds - 4 - variant
ANL Folds - 5 - variant
Cuniculi - for five tubas, produced with MP1 (1986)
Curses - for solo male voice and backup female group and computer generated sounds (1996)
Daria - computer generated sounds, realized with DISSCO (2006)
Decaf - computer generated sounds, realized with DISSCO (2006)
Many Worlds - for five percussion players, realized with MP1 on CRAY X-MP supercomputer (1989)
Portrait - for four female voices, realized with MP1 (1975)