This work gives a brief overview of the scientific and aesthetic researches at the L.I.M. – Laboratorio di Informatica Musicale. Many projects have been carried on since 1975; they cover many areas in the field of computer applications to music; the main projects concern the following topics:
-definition of formal methods for music information describing, with particular emphasis on Petri nets as the formal tool;
-study and experimentation about advanced digital sound processing techniques;
-design and implementation of software and hardware tools for music processing, with many levels of representation capability, both for real time and interactive systems;
-study and experimentation about multimedia aesthetics.
- Alfredo Stiglitz (Italy)
- Goffredo Haus (Italy)