Journal Publications and Book Chapters

Lee, S., and Freeman, J. (2013). “Real-time Music Notation in Mixed Laptop-Acoustic Ensembles,” in Computer Music Journal, 37:4.

McCoid, S., Freeman, J., Magerko, B., Michaud, C., Jenkins, T., Mcklin, T., and Kan, H. (2013). “EarSketch: An Integrated Approach to Teaching Introductory Computer Music,” in Organised Sound, 18:2.

Weitzner, N., Freeman, J., Chen, Y., and Garrett, S. (2013). “massMobile: Towards a Flexible Framework for Large-Scale Participatory Collaborations in Live Performances,” in Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press, 18:1.

Freeman, J., DiSalvo, C., Nitsche, M., and Garrett, S. (2012). “Rediscovering the City with UrbanRemix,” in Leonardo, MIT Press, 45:5, pp. 478-479.

Freeman, J. (2011). “Artist Statement: Bringing Instrumental Musicians Into Interactive Music Systems Through Notation,” in Leonardo Music Journal, MIT Press, 21, pp. 15-16.

Freeman, J., DiSalvo, C., Nitsche, M., and Garrett, S. (2011). “Soundscape Composition and Field Recording as a Platform for Collaborative Creativity,” in Organised Sound, Cambridge University Press, 16:3, pp. 272-281. This article is copyright 2011 Cambridge University Press but can be downloaded from my website courtesy Cambridge University Press.

Conference Proceedings

Freeman, J., Magerko, B., McKlin, T., Reilly, M., Permar, J., Summers, C., Fruchter, E. (2014) “Engaging Underrepresented Groups in High School Introductory Computing through Computational Remixing with EarSketch,” in Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Atlanta, Georgia.

Lee, S., and Freeman., J. "echobo: A Mobile Music Instrument Designed for Audience to Play," in Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME 2013), Seoul, Korea.

Magerko, B., Freeman, J., McKlin, T., McCoid, S., Jenkins, T., and Livingston, E. (2013). “Tackling Engagement in Computing with Computational Music Remixing,” in Proceedings of the ACM SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, Denver, Colorado.

Bretan, M., Weinberg, W., and Freeman, J. (2012). "Sonification for the Art Installation Drawn Together," in Proceedings of the International Conference on Auditory Display, Atlanta, Georgia.

Subramanian, S., Freeman, J., and McCoid, S. (2012). “LOLbot: Machine Musicianship in Laptop Ensembles,” in Proceedings of the New Interfaces for Musical Expression Conference (NIME 2012), Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Other Publications

Freeman, J. (2012). “Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology,” in The Grove Dictionary of Musical Instruments, Oxford University Press (in press).

J. Freeman. "DIY Scores." Symphony: The Magazine of the League of American Orchestras, September/October 2010.

J. Freeman. "Compose Your Own." The New York Times Online, April 23, 2010.

J. Freeman. "What I Listen To." The Art Section Vol. 2, No. 4, 2008.

J. Freeman. “Composer, Performer, Listener.” In Komponieren in der Gegenwart: Texte der 42. Internationalen Ferienkurse für Neue Musik 2004.ed. Jörn Peter Hiekel. Saarbrücken, Germany: Pfau Verlag, 2006.

J. Freeman. Glimmer, for chamber orchestra and audience. Doctoral dissertation, Columbia University, 2005.

J. Freeman. “ Swooping the Orchestra…” In ACOAdvance, Vol. XI, American Composers Orchestra, 2005.

J. Freeman. “On Prior Art.” Jahrbuch 7 — Akademie Schloss Solitude. Ed. S. Pantaleev and S. Burow, Merz & Solitude, 2004.

J. Freeman. “N.A.G. (Network Auralization for Gnutella): In Search of a New Way To Listen.” The HTV (Amsterdam), September 2003.

Selected Press

Hardman, R. (2013, May 10). “Remixing Middletown,” on WNPR (Connecticut Public Radio).

Beals, S. (2013, May 9). “MiddletownRemix Festival Saturday Celebrates City’s Eclectic Arts Scene,” in The Hartford Courant.

Dorminey, B. (2013, February 19). “Nanotech and Laptop Orchestras of the Future,” on

(2013, January 28). “Algorithmic Music Composition,” in CS Bits & Bytes, a publication of the National Science Foundation.

USA Today (2013, July 13). "Hip Hop Tracks Composed With Computer Code."

(2012, August 31). “Middletown Gets Remixed,” on WNPR (Connecticut Public Radio).

Lewis, S. (2011, May 12). “Artists Mix Times Square Street Sounds into Music,” on WNYC (New York public radio).

Kirn, P. (2011, April 26). “Remixing Times Square, with Mobile Field Recordings,” on

Ruhe, P. "Sonic Generator Reflects on Today's Society with 'Open Score' Music." ArtsCriticAtl, January 25, 2011.

Feaster, F. "ATL's Little Black Art Book." The Atlantan, December, 2010.

Hicks, C. "Jason Freeman Brings Punk Rock's Boundary-Busting Ideas to Classical Music." Creative Loafing (cover story: Fall Arts Preview), September 2, 2010.

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