Making Music with Algorithms: A Case-Study System

@article{McAlpine1999MakingMW,
  title={Making Music with Algorithms: A Case-Study System},
  author={K. McAlpine and E. Miranda and S. G. Hoggar},
  journal={Computer Music Journal},
  year={1999},
  volume={23},
  pages={19-30}
}
19 Computer Music Journal, 23:2, pp. 19–30, Summer 1999 © 1999 Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Musicians, perhaps more so than any other group of artists, have always been quick to embrace technology in all its forms. From early attempts at synthesis with the Telharmonium (Roads 1996) to the latest digital-audio workstations (see, for example, Lehrman 1997; Manning 1993), musicians have looked to science to provide them with new and challenging ways of working. One composition method… Expand
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