samedi 14 novembre 2009
The authors present a perspective on computer music, which is based on some particular definitions of music in relation to oral culture and cybernetics. They describe some experiments with different models of neural architectures which generate original music, and then suggest that if such neural systems are rich, effective and intuitive enough to produce ’live’ music, the understanding of their behaviour may require the development of some ’schizophrenic’ procedures, as well as analytical ones...
Keywords : Oral Cultures ; Cybernetics ; Automated Music Generation ; Neural Networks ; Multi-agent Systems ; Music Information Retrieval.
Voir en ligne : Contemporary Music Review, vol. 28 issue 2