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Towards Intelligent Orchestration Systems
Orchestration is a problem that has been relatively unexplored in computer music until recently. This is perhaps due to its complexity. This paper presents a survey of the field of computer-assistedExpand
Musical Acoustics, Timbre, and Computer–Aided Orchestration Challenges
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Developing a system capable of automatically identify perceptual qualities of timbre within orchestral sounds that could enrich current and future computing systems designed to aid musical orchestration. Expand
A perceptually orientated approach for automatic classification of timbre content of orchestral excerpts
In this paper, we report on the development of a perceptually orientated and automatic classification system of timbre content within orchestral audio samples. Here, we have decided to investigateExpand
i-Berlioz: Towards Interactive Computer-Aided Orchestration with Temporal Control
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i-Berlioz is introduced, a proof-of-concept interactive Computer-Aided Orchestration (CAO) system that suggests combinations of musical instruments to produce timbres specified by the user by means of verbal descriptors, and its generative and exploratory engines. Expand
Predicting timbral and perceptual characteristics of orchestral instrument combinations
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Using supervised learning methods to create regression and classification models, it is possible to predict specific timbral and perceptual characteristics from information about a combination of different orchestral instruments, which would provide methods to estimate the perception of instrument timbre fusions directly from abstract information. Expand
On Unconventional Computing for Sound and Music
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This chapter introduces the field of UC for sound and music, focusing on the work developed at Plymouth University’s Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer Music Research (ICCMR) in the UK. Expand
A User-Centric Algorithmic Composition System
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This paper introduces a computer-aided algorithmic composition system implemented in OpenMusic, and presents some examples to illustrate the abilities of the system. Expand
i-Berlioz: Interactive Computer-Aided Orchestration with Temporal Control
This paper introduces the beta version of i-Berlioz, an interactive CAO system that generates orchestrations from verbal timbre descriptors. This system relies on machine learning models for timbreExpand
Q-MUSE: A QUANTUM COMPUTER MUSIC SYSTEM DESIGNED FOR A PERFORMANCE FOR ORCHESTRA, ELECTRONICS AND LIVE INTERNET- CONNECTED PHOTONIC QUANTUM COMPUTER
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Q-Muse is a quantum computer music system design for a specific performance that will provide not only a representation for the quantum processes in the chip, but a proof-of-concept for using hardware quantum computing processors in the computer-aided arts. Expand
Generating Orchestral Sequences with Timbral Descriptors
111 Generating Orchestral Sequences with Timbral Descriptors Aurélien Antoine1†, Eduardo R. Miranda1, Jean-Michaël Celerier2, Myriam Desainte-Catherine2 1 Interdisciplinary Centre for Computer MusicExpand
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