Below is a list of artistic and academic publications. Please visit my profile at Academia.edu for links to full-text PDFs.

Essays and Artistic Writings

  • H. H. Rutz and D. Pirrò, “Where Sounds Dwell,” Rose of the Winds (Catalogue; forthcoming), 2016.
  • H. H. Rutz, “Particularities and Generalities. Considerations on the Sound Composition,” Forecast:Turbulence. Workshop:Exhibition, pp. 64–67, 2014.
  • H. H. Rutz, “Composing Alongside Paradoxes,” Explore Dream Discover: Journal of the Peninsula Contemporary Music Festival, p. 5, 2012.

Academic Writings

Book Chapters

  • H. H. Rutz, “… a new machine now arises. Algorithms under Reconfiguration,” in Transpositions (Aesthetico-Epistemic Operators in Artistic Research 1), M. Schwab, Ed. Leuven: Leuven University Press (forthcoming), 2017.
  • H. H. Rutz, “SwingOSC,” in The SuperCollider Book, S. Wilson, D. Cottle, and N. Collins, Eds. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2011, pp. 305–338.

As co-author:

  • E. Harnik, H. H. Rutz, and G. Nierhaus, “{Elisabeth Harnik/Improvisational Re-assemblies},” in Patterns of Intuition. Musical Creativity in the Light of Algorithmic Composition, G. Nierhaus, Ed. New York: Springer, 2015, pp. 9–32.
  • E. Reiter, H. H. Rutz, and G. Nierhaus, “{Eva Reiter/Wire Tapping the Machine},” in Patterns of Intuition. Musical Creativity in the Light of Algorithmic Composition, G. Nierhaus, Ed. New York: Springer, 2015, pp. 59–84.
  • O. Toufektsis, H. H. Rutz, and G. Nierhaus, “{Orestis Toufektsis/Chords in a Black Box},” in Patterns of Intuition. Musical Creativity in the Light of Algorithmic Composition, G. Nierhaus, Ed. New York: Springer, 2015, pp. 165–187.
  • M. Sköld, H. H. Rutz, and G. Nierhaus, “{Matthias Sköld/A Topography of Personal Preferences},” in Patterns of Intuition. Musical Creativity in the Light of Algorithmic Composition, G. Nierhaus, Ed. New York: Springer, 2015, pp. 209–229.

PhD Thesis

  • H. H. Rutz, “Tracing the Compositional Process. Sound art that rewrites its own past: formation, praxis and a computer framework,” PhD thesis, University of Plymouth, UK, 2014.

Conference Papers (Peer-Reviewed)

  • H. H. Rutz, “Marking a Space of Algorithmicity,” in Proceedings of 4th Conference on Computation, Communication, Aesthetics & X (xCoAx), Bergamo, 2016.
  • H. H. Rutz, K. Vogt, and R. Höldrich, “The SysSon Platform: A computer music perspective of sonification,” in Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Auditory Display (ICAD), Graz, 2015, pp. 188–192.
  • H. H. Rutz, “Sound Processes: A New Computer Music Framework,” in Proceedings of the Joint 11th Sound and Music Computing Conference and the 40th International Computer Music Conference, Athens, 2014, pp. 1618–1626.
  • H. H. Rutz, “Sound Similarity as Interface between Human and Machine in Electroacoustic Composition,” in Proceedings of the 38th International Computer Music Conference, Ljubljana, 2012, pp. 212–219.
  • H. H. Rutz, “A Reactive, Confluently Persistent Framework for the Design of Computer Music Systems,” in Proceedings of the 9th Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC), Copenhagen, 2012, pp. 121–129.
  • H. H. Rutz, E. Miranda, and G. Eckel, “Reproducibility and Random Access in Sound Synthesis,” in Proceedings of the 37th International Computer Music Conference, Huddersfield, 2011, pp. 515–522.
  • H. H. Rutz, “Limits of Control,” in Proceedings of the 8th Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC), Padova, 2011, pp. 132:1–132:6.
  • H. H. Rutz, E. Miranda, and G. Eckel, “On the Traceability of the Compositional Process,” in Proceedings of the 7th Sound an Music Computing Conference (SMC), Barcelona, 2010, pp. 38:1–38:7.
  • H. H. Rutz, “Rethinking the SuperCollider Client...,” in Proceedings of the SuperCollider Symposium, Berlin, 2010.

As co-author:

  • V. Goudarzi, H. H. Rutz, and K. Vogt, “User Centered Audio Interface for Climate Science,” in Proceedings of the 4th Interactive Sonification Workshop, Erlangen, 2013, pp. 17–20.
  • J. Gulden and H. H. Rutz, “Proposal for an XML format representing Time, Positions and Parts of Audio Waveforms,” in Proceedings of the Linux Audio Conference, Berlin, 2007, pp. 1–12.

Other

  • H. H. Rutz, “Meloncillo. Eine graphische Benutzeroberfläche zur musikalischen Raumklangsteuerung mit Implementierung einer OSC-Schnittstelle zur Klangsynthese,” Master's thesis, 2004.