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Barrière, Jean-Baptiste

Computer Music as Cognitive Approach: Simulation, Timbre and Formal Processes

1989

Tuesday 15 November 2005, by Rob Weale

In considering timbre to be the set of material/organisational interactions that lead to the elaboration of a form, the author discusses the potential for formalising constraints through a process of unifying control over these interactions. His ambition is the development of a grammar of formal processes, a morpho-genesis that offers control over the trajectories and paths along which musical material can be elaborated, diverted and transformed.

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