Ge Wang | Selected Publications

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ChucK
Wang, G. 2008. The ChucK Audio Programming Language: A Strongly-timed and On-the-fly Environ/mentality. PhD Thesis, Princeton University.
(goto thesis page to view | download)

Kapur, A., P. R. Cook, S. Salazar, and G. Wang. 2013. Creating Music with ChucK: Programming for Musicians and Digital Artists. Manning Press.

Wang, G. 2008. “A History of Programming and Music”. Cambridge Companion to Electronic Music. N. Collins and J. D’Escrivan Eds. Cambridge University Press.

Salazar, S. and G. Wang. 2012. “Chugens, Chubgraphcs, and Chugins: 3 Tiers for Extending ChucK.” In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. Slovenia.

Fiebrink, R., G. Wang, and P. R. Cook. 2008. “Support for MIR Prototyping and Real-time Applications of the ChucK Programming Language". In Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. Philadelphia.
(download paper | smirk)

Wang, G., R., Fiebrink, and P. R. Cook. 2007. “Combining Analysis and Synthesis in the ChucK Programming Language”. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. Copenhagen.
(download paper | UAna)

Salazar, S., G. Wang, and P. R. Cook. 2006. “miniAudicle and ChucK Shell: New Interfaces for ChucK Development and Performance”. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. New Orleans.
(miniAudicle)

Wang, G., P. R. Cook. 2004. "Audicle: A Context-sensitive, On-the-fly Audio Programming Environ/mentality". In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. pp. 256-263. Miami.
(winner: 2004 ICMA Best Presentation Award | audicle)

Wang, G., P. R. Cook. 2003. "ChucK: A Concurrent, On-the-fly Audio Programming Language". In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, pp. 217-225. Singapore.
(winner: 2003 ICMA Best Presentation Award)

Mobile Music
Wang, G. 2014. "Ocarina: Designing the iPhone's Magic Flute." Computer Music Journal. 38(2).

Wang, G. 2014. “Improvisation of the Masses: Anytime, Anywhere Music.” Oxford Handbook of Improvisation Studies. G. Lewis and B. Piekut Eds. Oxford University Press. (forthcoming)

Wang, G. 2014. “The World Is Your Stage: Making Music on the iPhone". Oxford Handbook of Mobile Music Studies. S. Gopinath and J. Stanyek Eds. Oxford University Press.

Wang, G., G. Essl, and H. Pentinnen. 2014. “The Mobile Phone Orchestra”. Oxford Handbook of Mobile Music Studies. S. Gopinath and J. Stanyek Eds. Oxford University Press.
(MoPhO | MiPhO)

Wang, G. 2009. "Designing Smule’s iPhone Ocarina." In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Pittsburgh.
(download paper | homepage)

Wang, G., J. Oh, S. Salazar, and R. Hamilton. 2011. "World Stage: A Crowdsourcing Paradigm for Social / Mobile Music." In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference.. Huddersfield, UK.
(download paper | homepage)

Wang, G., G. Essl, and H. Pentinnen. 2008. “Do Mobile Phones Dream of Electric Orchestras?” In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. Belfast.
(download paper | MoPhO | MiPhO)

Oh, J., Herrera, J., Bryan N. J., Dahl, L., and Wang, G. 2010. “Evolving the Mobile Phone Orchestra.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Sydney, 2010.
(download paper | MoPhO | MiPhO)

Oh, J. and Wang, G. 2011 "Audience Participation Techniques Based on Social Mobile Computing." In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. Huddersfield, UK.
(download paper | MoPhO homepage)

Bryan, N. J., Herrera, J., Oh, J., and Wang, G. 2010. “MoMu: A Mobile Music Toolkit.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Sydney 2010.
(download paper | toolkit)

Bryan, N. and Wang, G. 2011. “Two Turntables and a Mobile Phone.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Oslo, Norway.
(download paper)

Hamilton, R., Smith, J., and Wang, G. 2011. "Social Composition: Musical Data Systems for Expressive Mobile Music." Leonardo Music Journal Vol. 21. pp.57-64.

Wang, G., G. Essl, J. Smith, S. Salazar, P. Cook, R. Hamilton, R. Fiebrink, J. Berger, D. Zhu, M. Ljungstrom, A. Berry, J. Wu, T. Kirk, E. Berger, J. Segal. 2009. “Smule = Sonic Media: An Intersection of the Mobile, Musical, and Social”. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. Montreal.

Laptop Orchestra
Wang, G. 2012. “10 Past and Future Lessons of Laptop Orchestra.” (Keynote) 1st International Symposium on Laptop Ensembles and Orchestras (SLEO). Baton Rouge.

Wang, G., N. Bryan, J. Oh, and R. Hamilton. 2009. “Stanford Laptop Orchestra (SLOrk).” In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. Montreal.
(download paper | SLOrk)

Smallwood, S., D. Trueman, P. R. Cook, and G. Wang. 2008. “Composing for Laptop Orchestra". Computer Music Journal. 32(1):9-25.

Wang, G., D. Trueman, S. Smallwood, and P. R. Cook. 2008. “The Laptop Orchestra as Classroom”. Computer Music Journal. 32(1):26-37.

Trueman, D., P. R. Cook, S. Smallwood, and G. Wang. 2006. “PLOrk: Princeton Laptop Orchestra, Year 1”. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. New Orleans.
(PLOrk)

Interaction
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Visualization + Performance
Bryan, N., G. Mysore, G. Wang. 2013. “Source Separation of Polyphonic Music with Interactive User-Feedback on a Piano-Roll Display.” In International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference (ISMIR). Brazil.

Oh., J. and G. Wang. 2013. “LOLOL: Laugh Out Loud On Laptop.”In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Seoul.

Cerqueira, M., S. Salazar, and G. Wang. 2013. “SoundCraft: Transducing Starcraft 2.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Seoul.

Oh., J. and G. Wang. 2012. “Evaluating Crowd-sourcing through Amazon Mechanical Turk as a Technique for Conducting Music Perception Experiments.” In Proceedings of the International Conference of Music Perception and Cognition. Thessaloniki.

Rotondo, M., N. Kruge, and G. Wang. 2012. “Many-Person Instruments for Computer Music Performance.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Pittsburgh.

Carlson, C. and G. Wang. 2012. “Borderlands: An Audiovisual Interface for Granular Synthesis.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Pittsburgh.

Bryan, N. and Wang, G. 2011. “Musical Influence Network Analysis and Rank of Sample-based Music." In Proceedings of the International Conference on Music Information Retrieval. Miami.
(download paper)

Wang, G., P. R. Cook. 2004. "On-the-fly Programming: Using Code as an Expressive Musical Instrument". In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Hamamatsu, Japan.
(download paper | site)

Misra, A., G. Wang, and P. Cook. 2008. “Musical Tapestry: Re-composing Natural Sounds.” Journal of New Music Research. 36(4):241-250.
(Winner: 2006 ICMA Swets & Zietlinger Distinguished Paper Award | tapestrea)

Fiebrink, R., G. Wang, and P. R. Cook. 2007. “Don’t Forget the Laptop: Using Native Input Capabilities for Expressive Musical Control". In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. New York.
(download paper | S.M.E.L.T.)

Misra, A., Wang, G., and P. R. Cook. 2005. "SndTools: Real-time Audio DSP and 3D Visualization". In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Barcelona.
(sndtools | sndpeek)

Wang, G., A. Misra, A. Kapur, and P. R. Cook. 2005. "Yeah ChucK It! => Dynamic Controllable Interface Mapping". In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression. Vancouver.

Kapur, A., G. Wang, P. Davidson, P. Cook. 2005. "Interactive Network Media: A Dream Worth Dreaming?" Organized Sound. 10(3): 209-219.

Caceres, J., R. Hamilton, D. Iyer, C. Chafe, and G. Wang. 2008. “China on the Edge: Explorations in Network-based Performance”. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Arts (ARTECH). Porto, Portugal.



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