Musical Mosaicing

@inproceedings{Zils2001MusicalM,
  title={Musical Mosaicing},
  author={Aymeric Zils and François Pachet},
  year={2001}
}
This work addresses the issue of retrieving efficiently sound samples in large databases, in the context of digital music composition. We propose a sequence generation mechanism called musical mosaicing, which enables to generate automatically sequences of sound samples by specifying only high-level properties of the sequence to generate. The properties of the sequence specified by the user are translated automatically into constraints holding on descriptors of the samples. The system we… CONTINUE READING
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