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Auteur : Jean-Michaël Celerier

1. Communicating in OSC with i-score

Hello, and welcome to the first i-score tutorial. In this tutorial we will see how to communicate with a simple PureData patch. Presentation When you first open i-score, you will be greeted by the following blank score. At the left

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2. Scoring parameters with i-score

Hello, and welcome to the second i-score tutorial. In this tutorial, we will see how to write a simple score for a PureData patch. First, re-open the score and PureData patch of the precedent tutorial. Ensure that nothing is selected

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3. First elements of interactivity

Hello, In this third tutorial about i-score, we will start exploring the interactive possibilities available to the score author. There are two main ways to have temporal interactivity : Conditions Interactive triggering A condition means that a part of the

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4. Interactive triggering with i-score

Hello, and welcome to this fourth tutorial about i-score. In this tutorial, we will study how to write interactive triggers in i-score. It is directly following the previous tutorial which was about interactive conditions. Triggers are a way to specify

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5. Recording external parameters with i-score

i-score allows recording the evolution of external parameters in time. In this tutorial, we will see : How to set-up a PureData patch that will send data to i-score. The various modes of recording. How to select and record parameters.

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Process overview : Automation

Presentation The automation is a central process in i-score. It is a curve that represents the variation of the value of an address in time, bounded between a minimum and a maximum, with an optional unit. It also allows tweening

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Process overview : Interpolation

Presentation The interpolation is very similar to the automation. It sends a set of values over time, given by a curve, and it is green instead of red. However, instead of sending values that graphically looks like the curve, it

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Process overview : Mapping

Presentation The mapping plug-in allows to map in real-time input parameters to output parameters. It is a simple transfer function. It is based on a curve, just like the automation. However, it is a time-independent process : instead of mapping

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Process overview : Scenario

Presentation The scenario process is the hearth of i-score, its raison d’être. It allows to sequence the various objects presented before in a non-linear time-line. When opening i-score for the first time, the blank document is a root Time constraint,

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Process overview : Loop

Presentation The loop is somewhat similar to the scenario. It is a process that allows to loop other processes. However no new structures can be created or removed in it. It is built of : A first time node, event,

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