Mellite is used as part of the methodology of the artistic research project Algorithms that Matter (FWF AR 403-GBL).
Mellite has been presented at ScalaDays 2019: YouTube link.
Various aspects of the Mellite and the underlying SoundProcesses framework have been described in the following literature:
- H. H. Rutz, “A Pattern System for Sound Processes,” in Proceedings of the 15th Sound and Music Computing Conference, Limassol, 2018, pp. 468–474.
- H. H. Rutz and R. Höldrich, “A Sonification Interface Unifying Real-Time and Offline Processing,” in Proceedings of the 14th Sound and Music Computing Conference, Espoo, 2017, pp. 50–57.
- 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.
- 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, “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.