Book Chapters

2018

Miranda, E. R., and Eaton, J. (2018). “Music Neurotechnology: a natural progression”. In S. Emmerson (Ed.) The Routledge Research Companion to Electronic Music: Reaching out with Technology. Oxford: Routledge / Taylor & Francis.

2018

Miranda. E.R. (2018). “Artibiotics: An Artificial Biology Musical Experiement”. In M. Schmidt (Ed.), The Art of Antibiotics. Vienna: myMorawa.

2017

Miranda, E., Kirke, A., Braund, E., and Antoine, A. (2017). “On Unconventional Computing for Sound and Music.” In Guide to Unconventional Computing for Music, pp. 23-61. Springer International Publishing.

2017

Miranda, E. R., Kirke, A., Braund, E. and Antoine, A. (2017). “On Unconventional Computing for Sound and Music”. In E. R. Miranda (Ed.), Guide to Unconventional Computing for Music. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, pp. 23-62.

2017

Kirke, A. (2017). “Towards a Musical Programming Language”. In E. R. Miranda (Ed.), Guide to Unconventional Computing for Music. Cham, Switzerland:Springer, pp. 245-278.

2017

Kirke, A. and Miranda, E. R. (2017). “Experiments in Sound and Music Quantum Computing”. In E. R. Miranda (Ed.), Guide to Unconventional Computing for Music. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, pp. 121-158.

2017

Braund, E. and Miranda, E. R. (2017). “An Approach to Building Musical Bioprocessors with Physarum polycephalum Memristors”. In E. R. Miranda (Ed.), Guide to Unconventional Computing for Music. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, pp. 219-244.

2016

Schramm, R., Nunes, H. S., Nunes. L. A., Visi, F. and Miranda, E. R. (2016). “3CMS: An Interactive Decision System for Live Performance”. In R. Kronland-Martinet et al. (Eds.) Music, Mind, and Embodiment. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 9617. Springer.

2016

Miranda, E. R. and Vinjar, A. (2016). “Recomposing Beethoven with Music Neurotechnology”. In J. Bresson et al. (Eds.) OM Composer’s Book 3. Paris: Ircam.

2016

Miranda, E. R. and Braund, E. (2016). “Experiments in Musical Biocomputing: Towards New Kinds of Processors for Audio and Music”. In: A. Adamatzky (Ed.) Advances in Unconventional Computing. London: Springer Verlag. (In press)

2015

Braund, E. and Miranda, E. (2015): “Music with Unconventional Computing: Towards a step sequencer from plasmodium of physarum polycephalum”. In: C. Johnson, A. Carballal, J. Correia (Eds.) Evolutionary and Biologically Inspired Music, Sound, Art and Design. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 9027, pp. 15­26. Springer International Publishing.

2015

Braund, E., Sparrow, R., Miranda, E. (2015). “Physarum polycephalum-based Memristors for Computer Music”. In A. Adamatzky (Ed.) Advances in Slime Mould Computing. London: Springer. (In print)

2014

Miranda, E. R. (2014). “Brain-Computer Music Interfacing: Interdisciplinary Research at the Crossroads of Music, Science and Biomedical Engineering”. In E. R. Miranda and J. Castet (Eds.) Guide to Brain-Computer Music Interfacing. Springer. ISBN 978-1-4471-6583-5.

2014

Eaton, J. and Miranda, E. R. (2014). “On Mapping EEG Information into Music”. In E. R. Miranda and J. Castet (Eds.) Guide to Brain-Computer Music Interfacing. Springer. SBN 978-1-4471-6583-5.

2014

Miranda, E. R.. Lloyd, D., Josipovic, Z. and Williams, D. (2014). “Creative Music Neurotechnology with Symphony of Minds Listening”. In E. R. Miranda and J. Castet (Eds.) Guide to Brain-Computer Music Interfacing. Springer. SBN 978-1-4471-6583-5.

2014

Braund, E. and Miranda, E. R. (2014). “Music with Unconventional Computing: A System for Physarum Polycephalum Sound Synthesis”. In M. Aramaki, et al. (Eds.), Sound Music & Motion. Berlin: Springer-Verlag.

2013

Miranda, E. R. (2013). “Computer-Aided Musical Imagination.” In Light, Image, Imagination, Blassnigg, E. (Ed.). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, Pp. 77 -86.

2012

Kirke, A., Miranda, E. (2012). “Pulsed Melodic Processing – the Use of Melodies in Affective Computations for Increased Processing Transparency”. In Music and Human-Computer Interaction, S. Holland, K. Wilkie, P. Mulholland and A. Seago (Eds.), London: Springer.

2012

Miranda, E. R. (2012). “On Computer-aided Composition, Musical Creativity and Brain Asymmetry.” In D. Collins (Ed.), The Act of Musical Composition: Studies in the Creative Process, pp. 215-232. Farnham: Ashgate.

2005

Miranda, E. R. (2005). “On Making Music with Artificial Life Models”, In Engineering Nature: Art and Consciousness in the Post-Biological Era, R. Ascott (Ed.). Bristol, UK: Intellect.

2011

Rutz, H.H. (2011). “SwingOSC”, S. Wilson, D. Cottle, and N. Collins (Eds.), The SuperCollider Book. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

2010

Miranda, E. R. and Kirke, A. (2010). “Game of Life Music”, In A. Adamatzky (Ed.), Game of Life Cellular Automata. London: Springer-Verlag, pp. 489-501.

2009

Miranda, E. R. (2009). “Digital Sound Synthesis for Multimedia Audio”, B. Wah (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Engineering. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons

2009

Anders, T. (2009). “A Model of Musical Motifs”, In T. Klouche and T. Noll (Eds.): MCM 2007, CCIS 37, pp. 52–58. Springer-Verlag.

2008

Serquera, J. and Miranda, E. R. (2008). “Cellular automata sound synthesis: From histograms to spectograms”. In A. Adamatzky et al. (Eds.), Automata 2008: Theory and Applications of Cellular Automata. Frome (UK): Luniver Press.

2006

Todd, P. and Miranda, E. R. (2006). “Putting some (artificial) life into models of musical creativity”, I. Deliege and G, Wiggins (Eds.), Musical creativity: Multidisciplinary research in theory and practice. London, UK: Psychology Press

2005

Miranda, E. R. (2005). “Musique de la Vie Artificiel”, L. Poissant (Ed.), Art et Biotechnologies. Montreal, Canada: Presses de l’Universite du Quebec.