Collaborative Composition with Creative Systems: Reflections on the First Musebot Ensemble

@inproceedings{Eigenfeldt2015CollaborativeCW,
  title={Collaborative Composition with Creative Systems: Reflections on the First Musebot Ensemble},
  author={Arne Eigenfeldt and Oliver Bown and Benjamin Casey},
  booktitle={ICCC},
  year={2015}
}
In this paper, we describe the musebot and the musebot ensemble, and our creation of the first implementations of these novel creative forms. We discuss the need of new opportunities for practitioners in the field of musical metacreation to explore collaborative methodologies in order to make meaningful creative and technical contributions in the field. With the release of the musebot specification, such opportunities are possible through an open-source, communitybased approach in which… CONTINUE READING

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