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i-Berlioz: Towards Interactive Computer-Aided Orchestration with Temporal Control

@inproceedings{Miranda2018iBerliozTI,
  title={i-Berlioz: Towards Interactive Computer-Aided Orchestration with Temporal Control},
  author={Eduardo Reck Miranda and Aur{\'e}lien Antoine and Jean-Micha{\"e}l Celerier and Myriam Desainte-Catherine},
  year={2018}
}
This paper introduces i-Berlioz, a proof-of-concept interactive Computer-Aided Orchestration (CAO) system that suggests combinations of musical instruments to produce timbres specified by the user by means of verbal descriptors. The system relies on machine learning for timbre classification and generative orchestration, and tools to write and execute interactive scenarios. The paper details the two main parts of i-Berlioz: its generative and exploratory engines, respectively, accompanied with… Expand
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