In Summer 2020, Serge Lemouton, Eric Lindemann, Philippe Manoury, and Miller Puckette started a conversation about how to keep electronic music realizations in service for the long-term future - that is, make them stable enough to survive past the lifetimes of the composers and designers. This page collects our writings on the subject, and shows one possible example of a testing structure, named Reality Check, that supports long-term maintenance of a piece of real-time electronic music.
The current version is 0.02(Thu Feb 22 07:16:50 PM CET 2024).
Keeping Real-Time Electronic Music Alive, a position paper by Lindemann, Manoury, and Puckette
Some Observations by Serge Lemouton
A paper under review about Reality Check
Reality Check, version 0.02
Documentation for Reality Check
Testing example: Philippe Manoury, en Echo
Testing example: Kerry Hagan, ...of pulses and times...
Miller Puckette's home page