Real-Time Computer-Aided Composition with bach

@article{Agostini2013RealTimeCC,
  title={Real-Time Computer-Aided Composition with bach},
  author={Andrea Agostini and Daniele Ghisi},
  journal={Contemporary Music Review},
  year={2013},
  volume={32},
  pages={41 - 48}
}
Environments for computer-aided composition (CAC), allowing generation and transformation of symbolic musical data, are usually counterposed to real-time environments or sequencers. The counterposition is deeply methodological: in traditional CAC environments interface changes have no effect until a certain ‘refresh’ operation is performed whereas real-time environments immediately react to user input. We shall show in this article that this distinction is by no means natural and that… Expand
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