Availability of the component: Reference contact is Atta Badii of Intelligent Media Systems and Services Research Laboratory, School of Systems Engineering, University of Reading.
Notes: The component will be made available under the GNU Lesser General Public Licence (Version 3, released 29 June 2007). It may be used, copied, modified, distributed, for any purpose (except commercial) provided existing copyright notices are retained. AMS makes use of Pure Data â€“ a real-time graphical programming environment (BSD Licence), Java 1.5.0_18 or lower or higher version; MXDUBLIN (LGPL license), Xeq (BSD Licence), Pdj (distributable with copyright and disclaimer notice) and RTC-lib â€“ compositional techniques in pd and Max/MSP (distributable with copyright and disclaimer notice).
Besides functional tests, extensive experimentation of Affective Music Synthesis component in CALLAS is done in Proof-of-Concepts applications for edutainment:
- the Musickiosk, where the Affective Music Synthesis component is used to indicate which of the there different rooms in the kiosk, with varied instrumentation â€“ strings, wind instruments and percussion, is active at a given point in time, so that relevant instrumentation is employed in the music synthesis process.
- One's own soundtrack: Affective Music Synthesis - Abstract