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Technologies Beyond the Cybernetic Jam Fantasy : The Continuator

@inproceedings{Pachet2003TechnologiesBT,
  title={Technologies Beyond the Cybernetic Jam Fantasy : The Continuator},
  author={François Pachet},
  year={2003}
}
Published by the IEEE Computer Society 0272-1716/04/$20.00 © 2004 IEEE IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications 31 Music-generation systems have traditionally belonged to one of two categories: interactive systems in which players trigger musical phrases, events, or effects, such as the Karma musical workstation, and systems such as Risset’s interactive piano, which allow for user input such as keystrokes or chords, but can’t learn and use preprogrammed musical styles. Most of these systems… 

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