BSc Thesis by Adam Buckley
University of Manchester, UK
9th May 1997
Supervisor: Dr Richard Zobel
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Computer based music sequencers currently in use are restricting in a number of ways. They do not provide enough support for topics such as live performance, multi-users, allocation and management of devices, portablility or use of multimedia devices. This project seeks to solve these problems and provide a more flexible and useable music and audio-visual sequencing environment.
Aim of Project and Background
High Level Design
Low Level Design and Implementation
This document composed by Adam Buckley (email@example.com), last edited on 16-May-2002.