Self-organised music

@inproceedings{Blackwell2004SelforganisedM,
  title={Self-organised music},
  author={Tim Blackwell and Michael Wayne Young},
  year={2004}
}
Self-organisation, as manifest, for example, by swarms, flocks, herds and other collectives, is a powerful natural force, capable of generating large and sustained structures. Yet the individuals who participate in these social groups may not even be aware of the structures that they are creating. Almost certainly, these structures emerge through the application of simple, local interactions. Improvised music is an uncertain activity, characterised by a lack of top-down organisation and busy… CONTINUE READING

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