Digital Scores – investigating the technological transformation of the music score

  • Vear, Craig (Primary Chief Investigator (PCI))
  • Hope, Cat (Chief Investigator (CI))
  • Baghwati, Sandeep (Chief Investigator (CI))
  • Fields, Kenneth (Associate Investigator (AI))
  • Xiaobing, Li (Associate Investigator (AI))

Project: Research

Project Details

Project Description

This is an International network of scholars from Canada, USA, Europe, Asia and Australia that builds on important research undertaken by the collaborators including Professor Cat Hope from Monash University, Faculty of Arts.

Digital Scores project aligns with Faculty’s research priorities under the area of Humane smart futures in that it aims to investigate the shifts in creativity and musicianship that digital scores have on musicians: composers, performers, makers, designers and coders. A parallel objective is to innovate the music score as an inclusive creative space for musicians of traditional and non-traditional backgrounds. The project investigates new phenomenologies of the experience of digital creativity, and new creative processes in a digital and post-digital world. This aligns with Faculty’s research priorities under the area of Humane smart futures which is focused on understanding the human mind and its context to ensure that the machines of the future are built to enhance human society, and to help uphold democratic values and human rights.
Short titleDigital Score
AcronymDigiScore
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/10/2130/09/26

Funding

  • European Research Council: A$3,036,857.56

Keywords

  • digital music
  • Digital Humanities
  • music composition
  • music performance
  • new music