Publications

Books
• Brown, A. R. 2015. Music Technology and Education: Amplifying Musicality. New York: Routledge.
• Manaris, B., & Brown, A. R. 2014. Making Music with Computers: Creative Programming in Python. Parkway, NW: CRC Press.
• Brown A. R. (Ed.) 2012. Sound Musicianship: Understanding the crafts of music. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.
• Brown A. R. 2007. Music Education and Computers: Amplifying Musicality. New York: Routledge.
• Brown, A. R. 2005. Making Music with Java: An introduction to computer music, Java programming, and the jMusic library. Raleigh, North Carolina: Lulu.
• Dillon S. and Brown A. 2001. Retro Rock Charts and Retro Rock Style Guide. Sydney, Australia: Currency Press.
Book Chapters
• Bown, Oliver, and Andrew R. Brown. 2018. “Interaction Design for Metacreative Systems.” In New Directions in Third Wave Human-Computer Interaction: Volume 1 – Technologies, edited by Michael Filimowicz and Veronika Tzankova, 67–87. Human–Computer Interaction Series. Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
• Brown, Andrew R., Damián Keller, and Maria Helena de Lima. 2018. “How Ubiquitous Technologies Support Ubiquitous Music.” In The Oxford Handbook of Community Music, edited by Lee Higgins and Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, 131–51. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
• Brown, A. R. 2018. “Algorithms and computation in music education.” In A. McLean & R. T. Dean (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Algorithmic Music (pp. 583–602). New York: Oxford University Press. Retrieved from https://zenodo.org/record/1193546• Brown, A. R. (2018). Algorithms and computation in music education. In A. McLean & R. T. Dean (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Algorithmic Music (pp. 583–602). New York: Oxford University Press.
• Brown, Andrew R., Damián Keller, and Maria Helena de Lima. 2018. “How Ubiquitous Technologies Support Ubiquitous Music.” In The Oxford Handbook of Community Music, edited by Lee Higgins and Brydie-Leigh Bartleet, 131–51. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
• Brown, A. R. 2016. “Game technology in the music classroom: A platform for the design of music and sound.” In A. King & E. Himonides (Eds.), Music, Technology, and Education: Critical Perspectives (pp. 122–133). Oxford: Routledge.
• Brown, A. R. 2015. “Engaging in a sound musicianship”, in G. McPherson, (Ed.), The Child as Musician: A handbook of Musical Development, pp. 208–220, New York: Oxford University Press.
• Brown, A. R., Stewart, D., Hansen, A., & Stewart, A. 2014. “Making Meaningful Musical Experiences Accessible Using the iPad.” In D. Keller, V. Lazzarini, & M. S. Pimenta (Eds.), Ubiquitous Music. Switzerland: Springer-Verlag, pp. 65-82.
• Brown, A. R., & Nelson, J. 2013. Digital music and media creativities. In P. Burnard (Ed.), Developing Creatives in Higher Music Education: International perspectives and practices. Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge, 61-74.
• Brown, A. R., and Dillon, S. 2012. “Meaningful Engagement with Music Composition.” In The Act of Music Composition: Studies in the Creative Process, edited by David Collins, 79–110. Surry, UK: Ashgate.
• Brown, A. R. 2012. Musicianship in a Globalised World. In A. R. Brown (Ed.), Sound Musicianship: Understanding the Crafts of Music (pp. 1–13). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.
• Jenkins, G., Barrett, L., & Brown, A. R. 2012. Sound Media Musicianship. In A. R. Brown (Ed.), Sound Musicianship: Understanding the Crafts of Music (pp. 335–345). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press.
• Jones, D., Brown, A. R., & d’ Inverno, M. 2012. “The Extended Composer: Creative reflection and extension with generative tools.” In, J. McCormack & M. d’ Inverno (Eds.) Computers and Creativity (pp. 175–203). London: Springer.
• Brown, A. R., & Dillon, S. (2012). Collaborative Digital Media Performance with Generative Music Systems. In G. McPherson & G. Welch (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Music Education (Vol. 2, pp. 549–566). New York: Oxford University Press.
• Brown, A. R., Wooller, R. and Miranda, E. R. 2011. Evolutionary Morphing for Music Composition. In, A-Life for Music: Music: Music and Computer Models of Living Systems. E. R. Miranda, Ed. Middleton, WI, A-R Editions: 115-132.
• Brown, A. R. and Sorensen, A. 2009. Integrating Creative Practice and Research in the Digital Media Arts. In, Dean, R. and Smith, H. Practice-Led Research, Research-Led Practice in the Creative Arts. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 253-265.
• Brown, A. R. and Dillon, S. C. 2007. “Networked Improvisational Musical Environments: Learning through online collaborative music making.” In Finney, J. and Burnard, P. (Eds.) Music Education with Digital Technology. London: Continuum, pp. 96-106.
• Dillon, S. C. and Brown A. R. 2006. The Art of ePortfolios: Insights from the creative arts experience. In Jafari, A. and Kaufman, C. Handbook of Research on ePortfolios. Hershey, PA: Idea Group, pp. 418-431
• Interviews with Paul Lansky and Steve Reich, In Cope, D. (1998) New Directions In Music (7th Edition). Prospect Heights: Waveland Press
Journal Articles
• Brown, A. R. 2018. Creative Improvisation with a Reflexive Musical Bot. Digital Creativity, 29(1), 5–18.
• Brown, A. R., Gifford, T., & Voltz, B. 2016. Stimulating Creative Partnerships in Human-Agent Musical Interaction. Computers in Entertainment, 14(2).
• Brown, A. R. 2016. Performing with the other: The relationship of musician and machine in live coding. International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, 12(2), 179–186.
• Ferguson, J., & Brown, A. R. 2016. Fostering a post-digital avant-garde: Research-led teaching of music technology. Organised Sound, 21(02), 127–137.
• Manaris, B., Brown, A. R., & Stevens, B. 2016. JythonMusic: An environment for teaching algorithmic music composition, dynamic coding, and musical performativity. Journal of Music, Technology and Education, 9(1), 33–56.
• Brown, A. R., Gifford, T. and Davidson, R. 2015. “Techniques for Generative Melodies Inspired by Music Cognition.” Computer Music Journal 39 (1): 11–26.
• Stefan, J., & Brown, A. R. (Published online 15 June 2014). Generative Music Video Composition: Using automation to extend creative practice. Digital Creativity. Published online 15 June 2014. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14626268.2014.932289#preview
• Brown, A. R., Gifford, T., and Voltz, B. (Accepted). “Stimulating Creative Partnerships in Musical Performance.” Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis & Manufacturing.
• Adkins, B., Bartleet, B-L., Brown, A. R., Foster, A., Hirche, K., Procopis, B., Ruthmann, A., et al. 2012. “Music as a tool for social transformation: A dedication to the life and work of Steve Dillon (20 March 1953 – 1 April 2012).” International Journal of Community Music, 5(2), 189–205.
• Adkins, B., Knox, M., Dillon, S. and Brown, A. R. 2012. “Digital technologies and cultural participation for people with intellectual disabilities.” New Media and Society, 14(7): 501-518.
• Brown, A. R., and Dillon, S. 2012. “eBILITY: From Tool Use to Partnerships.” Journal of Music Technology in Education 4, (2 & 3): 201–215.
• Brown, A. R. 2012. Experience Design and Interactive Software in Music Education Research. Visions of Research in Music Education, 20. http://www-usr.rider.edu/~vrme/v20n1/.
• Wooller, R. and Brown, A. R. 2011. Note sequence morphing algorithms for performance of electronic dance music. Digital Creativity, 22(1): 13-25.
• Livingston, S., Muhlberger, R., Brown, A. R. and Thompson, W. F. 2010. Changing Musical Emotion: A Computational Rule System for Modifying Score and Performance. Computer Music Journal 34(1): 41-64.
• Brown, A. R. and Sorensen, A. 2009. Interacting with Generative Music through Live Coding. Contemporary Music Review 28(1): 17-29.
• Collins, N. and Brown, A. R. 2009. Generative Music Editorial. Contemporary Music Review 28(1): 1-4.
• Dillon, S., Adkins, B., Brown, A. R. and Hirche, K. 2008. Communities of Sound: Generative music making and virtual ensembles. International Journal of Community Music 1(3): 357-374.
• Brown, Andrew R. 2007. Software development as music education research. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 8(6). http://www.ijea.org/v8n6/index.html
• Livingstone, S. R, Mühlberger, R., Brown, A. R., Loch, A. 2007. Controlling Musical Emotionality: An Affective Computational Architecture for Influencing Musical Emotions. Digital Creativity 18(1), pp. 43-54.
• Brown, A. R. 2006. Code Jamming. M/C Journal 9.6, http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0612/03-brown.php
• Brown, A. R. and Dillon, S. 2006. ePortfolios in Arts Learning and Assessment. Music Education Research and Innovation 12(1): 7-36.
• Brown, A. R. and Voltz, B. 2005. Elements of Effective e-Learning Design. International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning, vol.6, no.1, http://www.irrodl.org/index.php/irrodl/article/view/217/300
• Brown, A. R. 2004. An aesthetic Comparison of Rule-based and Genetic Algorithms for Generating Melodies. Organised Sound, Vol. 9 (2), pp. 191-198.
• Nalder, G., Dillon, S., Smith, J., & Brown, A. R. 2004. “Art Education for a ‘tele-matic’ future” Australian Art Education, Journal of the Australian Institute of Art Educators. Vol. 27(1), 2004, pp. 56-71.
• Brown, A. R. 2001. “Modes of Compositional Engagement” Mikropolyphonie, Vol. 6. http://farben.latrobe.edu.au/mikropol/volume6/brown_a/brown_a.html (available at http://eprints.qut.edu.au/archive/00000168/ and archived at http://pandora.nla.gov.au/tep/10054)
• Towsey, M., Brown, A., Wright, S., & Diederich, J., 2001. “Towards Melodic Extension Using Genetic Algorithms.” Educational Technology and Society Vol. 4 (2). April 2001. http://ifets.massey.ac.nz/periodical/vol_2_2001/v_2_2001.html
• Brown, A. R. 1999. “Music, Media and Making: Humanising digital media in music education.” International Journal of Music Education, Vol. 33: 3-9.
• Brown, A. R. 1998. “Composing by Pen: Using pen input for computer music notation.” Australian Journal of Music Education, 1998, No. 1, pp. 48-56.
• Brown, A. R. 1995. “Digital Technology and The Study of Music.” International Journal of Music Education, Vol. 25: 14-19.
• Brown, A. R. 1994. “Teaching Synthesizer Performance.” Research Studies in Music Education Vol. 3:25-35.
Conference Papers
• Brown, Andrew R, John Ferguson, and Andy Bennett. 2019. “Cooperative Experimentalism: Sharing to Enhance Electronic Media.” In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Electronic Art, 480–83. Gwangju, Korea: ISEA International.
• Brown, Andrew R. 2019. “Gendynish: Stochastic Synthesis on the Arduino.” In Proceedings of the International Symposium on Electronic Art, 638–39. Gwangju, Korea: ISEA International.
• Brown, Andrew R. 2019. “Generative Content Creation: Lessons from Algorithmic Music Performance.” In Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference on Creative Content Technologies. Venice, Italy: IARIA. https://www.iaria.org/conferences2019/CONTENT19.html.
• Kalonaris, Stefano, Toby Gifford, and Andrew R. Brown. 2019. “Computational Aesthetics and Music: The Ugly, the Small and the Boring.” In Proceedings of the International Workshop on Musical Metacreation. Charlotte: ICCC.
• Brown, Andrew R., Matthew Horrigan, Arne Eigenfeldt, Toby Gifford, Daniel Field, and Jon McCormack. 2018. “Interacting with Musebots.” In Proceedings of New Interfaces for Musical Expression, 19–24. Blacksburg, VA: NIME.
• Manaris, Bill, Pangur Brougham- Cook, Dana Hughes, and Andrew R. Brown. 2018. “JythonMusic: An Environment for Developing Interactive Music Systems.” In Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference, 259–62. Blacksburg, VA: NIME.
• Eigenfeldt, Arne, Andrew R Brown, Oliver Bown, and Toby Gifford. 2017. “Distributed Musical Decision-Making in an Ensemble of Musebots: Dramatic Changes and Endings.” In Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Creativity, 88–95. Atlanta, GA: Association for Computational Creativity.
• Brown, A. R. 2016. Understanding Musical Practices as Agency Networks. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Creativity. Paris: Association of Computational Creativity.• Brown, A. R. 2016. Ripples: A human-machine musical duet. In Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Musical Metacreation. Paris: Musical Metacreation.• Eigenfeldt, A., Bown, O., Brown, A. R., & Pasquier, P. 2016. Flexible Generation of Musical Form: Beyond Mere Generation. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Creativity. Paris: Computational Creativity.• Brown, A. R. 2016. Making Musical Mates: A story of digital craftsmanship. In Proceedings of DIS 2016 – Fuse (Vol. Digital Craftsmanship: HCI Takes on Technology as an Expressive Medium). Brisbane, Australia: ACM.• Brown, A. R. 2014. Tactical Temporalities. In Proceedings of The Second Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics and X. Porto, Portugal: 26-27 June 2014. http://2014.xcoax.org/• Brown, A. R., & Gifford, T. 2013. Prediction and Proactivity in Real-Time Interactive Music Systems. In Musical Metacreation: Papers from the 2013 AIIDE Workshop (pp. 35–39). Presented at the Ninth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment, Boston, USA: AAAI.• Gifford, T., & Brown, A. R. 2013. Cybernetic Configurations: Characteristics of Interactivity in the Digital Arts. In Proceedings of the 19th International Society for Electronic Arts (p. 1-3). Sydney: ISEA International.• Brown, A. R., Gifford, T., & Voltz, B. 2013. Factors affecting audience perceptions of agency in human-computer musical partnerships. In Proceedings of Creativity and Cognition 2013, Sydney: UTS.• Brown, A. R., Gifford, T., & Davidson, R. 2013. Amplifying Compositional Intelligence: Creating with a psychologically-inspired generative music system. In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Perth: ICMA, pp. 257-360.• Brown, A. R. 2012. Creative Partnerships with Technology: How creativity is enhanced through interactions with generative computational systems. Proceedings of the Eighth Annual AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment. Presented at the 1st International Workshop on Musical Metacreation, Stanford, CA: AAAI.• Reid, C., & Brown, A. R. 2012. Accelerometer-based digital musical instrument. In, Hitchcock, M. (ed.) Proceedings of Interactive: The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane, Australia: The Australasian Computer Music Association.• Kerr, T., & Brown, A. R. 2012. jam2jam XO: An educational generative music activity for the OLPC XO. In Proceedings of Interactive: The Australasian Computer Music Conference. Presented at the Interactive: The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane, Australia: Australasian Computer Music Association.• Gifford, T., & Brown, A. R. 2011. Beyond Reflexivity: Mediating between imitative and intelligent action in an interactive music system. Paper presented at the 25th BCS Conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK.• Opie, T. and Brown, A. R. 2011. Eco-Structuralism in Practice. Australasian Computer Music Conference. Auckland, Australasian Computer Music Association, pp. 89-95• Gifford, T. and Brown, A. R. 2011. Beyond Reflexivity: Mediating between imitative and intelligent action in an interactive music system. BCS HCI 2011: What can Music Interaction tell us about HCI?, Newcastle Upon Thyme.• Opie, T. and Brown, A. R. 2010. Aesthetic Implications Of The Eco-Structuralist Process. In Australasian Computer Music Conference, Canberra. Opie, T. (ed.), Australasian Computer Music Association, pp. 43-50:• Gifford, T. and Brown, A. R. 2010. Anticipatory Timing In Algorithmic Rhythm Generation. Australasian Computer Music Conference, Canberra: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp.21-28.• Brown, A. R. 2010. Network Jamming: Distributed Performance using Generative Music. New Instruments for Musical Expression, Sydney: pp.283-286.• Brown, A. R. and Gifford, T. 2010. Interrogating Statistical Models of Music Perception. International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition (ICMPC 11), Seattle, Washington: pp.715-717.• Adeney, R. and Brown, A. R. 2009. Performing With Grid Music Systems. Improvise: The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp.102-110.• Barrett, L. and Brown, A. R. 2009. Towards a definition of the performing AudioVisualist. Improvise: The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane, Australia: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp.46-55.• Brown, A. R. 2009. SoundCipher: A music and sound library for Processing. International Computer Music Conference, Montreal: International Computer Music Association, pp.431-434.• Brown, A. R., Dillon, S., Kerr, T. and Sorensen, A. 2009. Evolving Interactions: Agile design for networked media performance. OzCHI, Melbourne, Australia: CHISIG, pp.41-48• Brown, A. R., Gifford, T., Narmour, E. and Davidson, R. 2009. Generation in Context: An Exploratory Method for Musical Enquiry. The Second International Conference on Music Communication Science, Sydney: HCSNet, pp.7-10.• Brown, A. R. and Kerr, T. 2009. Adaptive Music Techniques. Improvise: The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane, Australia: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp.26-31.• Opie, T. and Brown, A. R. 2009. Eco-Structure Data Forms: Classification Of Data Analysis Using Perceived Design Affordances For Musical Outcomes. Improvise: The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane, Australia: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp.123-129.• Wooller, R. and Brown, A. R. 2009. TraSe Algorithm – Automatic Evolutionary Morphing Of Electronic Dance Music. Improvise: The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane, Australia: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp.64-71.• Gifford, T. and Brown, A. R. 2009. Do Androids Dream of Electric Chimera? Improvise: The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane, Australia: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp.56-63.• Sorensen, A. and Brown, A. R. 2008. A Computational Model For The Generation Of Orchestral Music In The Germanic Symphonic Tradition: A progress report. Sound: Space – The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Sydney: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp. 78-84.• Hedemann, C., Sorensen, A. and Brown, A. R. 2008. Metascore: User Interface Design for Generative Film Scoring. Sound: Space – The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Sydney: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp. 25-30.• Gifford, T. and Brown, A. R. 2008. Stochastic Onset Detection: an approach to detecting percussive attacks in complex audio. Proceedings of Sound: Space – The Australasian Computer Music Conference, Sydney: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp. 19-24.• Adkins, B., Dillon, S., Brown, A. R., Hirche, K. and Gibbons, C. 2007. The Role of Generative Arts in Supporting Cultural Participation: A conceptualisation of the jam2jam network Jamming Tool. 13th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM), Brisbane: The International Society on Virtual Systems and MultiMedia, pp.1-9.• Brown, A. R. and Sorensen, A. 2007. Dynamic Media Arts Programming in Impromptu. Creativity & Cognition 2007, Washington, DC. ACM Press, pp. 245-246.• Brown, A. R., Wooller, R. and Thomas, K. 2007. The Morph Table: A collaborative interface for musical interaction. In A. Riddel and A. Thorogood (eds.) Trans: Boundaries / Permeability / Reification – The Australasian Computer Music Conference. Canberra, Australia: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp. 34 – 39.• Sorensen, A. and Brown, A. R. 2007. aa-cell in practice: an approach to musical live coding. In, International Computer Music Conference. Copenhagen: International Computer Music Association, pp: 292-299.• Yuille, J., Forwood, M., Brown, A. R., Sade, G., Jenkins, G. and Weight, J. 2006. senseMix: sharing creative mobile content. The 8th conference on Human-computer interaction with mobile devices and services. Helsinki, Finland: ACM press, pp. 271-272.• Opie, T. and Brown, A. R. 2006. An Introduction to Ecostructuralism. International Computer Music Conference. New Orleans: ICMA, pp. 9-12.• Gifford, T. and Brown, A. R. 2006. The Ambidrum: Automated Rhythmic Improvisation. In S. Wilkie and C. Haines (eds.) Medi(t)ations: Australasian Computer Music Conference. Adelaide: International Computer Music Association, pp. 44-49.• Gerber, A. and Brown, A. R. 2006. Visualising Music with Impromptu. In S. Wilkie and C. Haines (eds.) Medi(t)ations: Australasian Computer Music Conference. Adelaide: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp. 38-43.• Mafe, D. and Brown, A. R. 2006. Emergent Matters: Reflections on Collaborative Practice-led Research. In Vella, R. & Haseman, B. (Eds) Speculation and Innovation. http://www.speculation2005.net/• Wooller, R., Brown, A. R., Miranda, E., Diederich, J. and Berry, R. 2005. A framework for comparison of processes in algorithmic music systems. Generative Arts Practice, Sydney, Creativity and Cognition Studios Press, pp. 109-124.• Livingstone, S. R., A. R. Brown, and Muhlberger, R. 2005. Influencing the Perceived Emotions of Music with Intent. In, Innocent, T. (Ed.) Third Iteration, Melbourne: Centre for Electronic Media Arts, pp. 161-170.• Wooller, R. and A. R. Brown. 2005. Investigating Morphing Algorithms for Generative Music. In, Innocent, T. (Ed.) Third Iteration, Melbourne: Centre for Electronic Media Arts, pp. 189-198.• Brown, A. R. 2005. Extending Dynamic Stochastic Synthesis. Free Sound: Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference. Barcelona, International Computer Music Association, pp. 111-114• Livingstone, S. R. and Brown, A. R. 2005. Dynamic Response: Real-time adaptation for music emotion. In proceedings of The Second Australasian Conference on Interactive Entertainment. Sydney: Creativity & Cognition Studios Press, pp. 105-111.• Livingstone, S. R., Muhlberger, R. and Brown, A. R. 2005. Playing With Affect: Music performance with awareness of score and audience. In T. Opie and A. R. Brown (eds.) Australasian Computer Music Conference. Brisbane, Australia: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp. 92-98.• Brown, A. R. 2005. Generative Music in Live Performance. In T. Opie and A. R. Brown (eds.) Australasian Computer Music Conference, Brisbane, Australia: Australasian Computer Music Association, pp. 23-26.• Brown, A. R. 2005. Exploring Rhythmic Automata in Rothlauf, F. et. al. (eds) Applications of Evolutionary Computing. Berlin: Springer, pp.551-556• Brown, A. R. 2004. “Playing with Dynamic Sound” In the proceedings of Interaction: Systems, Practice and Theory. Sydney: Creativity and Cognition Studios Press, pp. 435-450• Brown, A. R. & Jenkins, G. 2004. “The Interactive Dynamic Stochastic Synthesizer” In, Norris et al. (Eds). Australasian Computer Music Conference. Wellington, NZ: ACMA, pp. 18-22• Smith, J., Dillon, S., Nalder, G. & Brown, A. R. 2004. “Digital multimedia portfolios supporting authentic learning in the Arts” in the proceedings of ePortfolio – 2004 – Transforming individual and organisational learning, October 28-29 2004: La Rochelle, France.