Music Computing Design
Research Group @ CCRMA

Ge Wang
Jack Atherton | Kunwoo Kim | Doga Cavdir
Jorge Herrera | Mike Mulshine | Arkira Chantaratananond


Jieun Oh | Nick Bryan | Spencer Salazar
Rob Hamilton | Luke Dahl | Trijeet Mukhopadhyay
Nick Kruge | Hongchan Choi | Charles Foster
Marina Cottrell

recent works
Artful Design
a book on design and technology, art and life
Chunity: ChucK for Unity
integrated audio environment for games/VR
Auraglyph: An infinite modular music sketchpad
handwritten audiovisual programming artifact
ISSE: Interactive Source Separation
interactive machine learning/HCI for audio
Affective Analysis and Synthesis of Laughter
capturing the affect of human and machine-generate laughter
ChucK/miniAudicle release 1.4
research + development keeps on chuckin'
"The DIY Orchestra of the Future"
talk, May 2014

M:C:D publication page (2007-present)
Ge's selected publications (organized by topic)

about M:C:D

The Music, Computing, and Design (MCD) research group at Stanford University's CCRMA, led by faculty member Ge Wang, aims to conduct research in computer music and design, including:

  • artful design of software systems for computer music (book: Artful Design)
  • programming languages and interactive environments (ChucK, miniAudicle, sndpeek, Chunity)
  • virtual reality design for music (Stanford VR Design Lab @ CCRMA)
  • computer-mediated performance ensembles + paradigms (e.g., laptop orchestras: SLOrk)
  • humans-in-the-loop: artful design of interactive AI systems (ISSE, essay for HAI)
  • social and cognitive aspects of music and computing (Jieun's thesis work | lolol, pdf)
  • mobile music / social music (e.g., Ocarina, MoPhO, MoMu; also see Smule)
  • HCI-mediated interactive machine learning for audio (ISSE)
  • philosophy of design; aesthetics & ethics of shaping technology (Artful Design)
  • education at the intersection of computer science, music, and the humanities
  • We warmly invite students, faculty, researchers, composers, and collaborators to join! Please contact Ge for more information. Thanks!

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