Visual score︎︎︎
Visual scoring can be a great way to get artists to listen closley to a work and translate what they are experiencing in visual form.  There are many approaches to this, some more abstract, others more structural.  

The scores generated from this work can be translated and used as blueprints for new compositions. 

The scores acan also be used as maps for sight reading- where musicians play the score from the visual map, while realt time performance, video or other interpretations are executed.  We have experimented this with composers and dancers in composition classes. 

︎︎︎from Rob Kitsos

See also- Graphic Scores from Jogn Cages “Notations 21”.