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On architecture and formalisms for computer assisted improvisation

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On architecture and formalisms for computer assisted improvisation
 

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Maniatakos, Fivos (auteur)
 
Assayag, Gérard (auteur)
 
Bevilacqua, Fréderic (auteur)
 
Agon, Carlos (auteur)
 

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Barcelona, Spain , 2010
 

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interaction   improvisation   content-based   content-driven   stylistic reinjection   architecture   three-party interaction   graipe
 

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Modeling of musical style and stylistic re-injection strategies based on the recombination of learned material have already been elaborated in music machine improvisation systems. Case studies have shown that content-dependant regeneration strategies have great potential for a broad and innovative sound rendering. We are interested in the study of the principles under which stylistic reinjection could be sufficiently controlled, in other words, a framework that would permit the person behind the computer to guide the machine improvisation process under a certain logic. In this paper we analyze this three party interaction scheme among the isntrument player, the computer and the computer user. We propose a modular architecture for Computer Assisted Improvisation (CAO). We express stylistic reinjection and music sequence scheduling concepts under a formalism based on graph theory. With the help of these formalisms we then study a number problems concerning temporal and qualitative control of pattern generation by stylistic re-injection.
 

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Contribution au colloque ou congrès : Sound and Music Computing conference
 

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2011-03-14 01:00:00
 

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