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Computer Assisted Composition with Recurrent Neural Networks

@inproceedings{Walder2017ComputerAC,
  title={Computer Assisted Composition with Recurrent Neural Networks},
  author={Christian J. Walder and Dongwoo Kim},
  booktitle={ACML},
  year={2017}
}
Sequence modeling with neural networks has lead to powerful models of symbolic music data. We address the problem of exploiting these models to reach creative musical goals, by combining with human input. To this end we generalise previous work, which sampled Markovian sequence models under the constraint that the sequence belong to the language of a given finite state machine provided by the human. We consider more expressive non-Markov models, thereby requiring approximate sampling which we… Expand
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