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Harley, James

Generative Processes in Algorithmic Composition: Chaos and Music

1991

Leonardo: Vol. 24, No. 1. Berkley, CA: Pergamon: 23-29.

In this article, the author discusses the theoretical and practical means by which models of music composition can be implemented in a computer system through the use of generative algorithms. This process seeks to create a system whereby computers can be used by composers not simply as tools, but as collaborative partners in the actual creative process of composition.

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Tuesday 12 December 2006, by Rob Weale