Designing Computationally Creative Musical Performance Systems
Proceedings of AM ’17
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This is work in progress where we outline a design process for a computationally creative musical performance system using the Creative Systems Framework (CSF). The proposed system is intended to produce virtuosic interpretations, and subsequent synthesized renderings of these interpretations with a physical model of a bass guitar, using case-based reasoning and reflection. We introduce our interpretations of virtuosity and musical performance, outline the suitability of case-based reasoning in computationally creative systems and introduce notions of computational creativity and the CSF. We design our system by formalising the components of the CSF and briefly outline a potential implementation. In doing so, we demonstrate how the CSF can be used as a tool to aid in designing computationally creative musical performance systems.
AuthorsGoddard, C; BARTHET, M; Wiggins, G; Audio Mostly 2017
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