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Miranda, Eduardo Reck

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Computer Aided Sound Composition

1994

Wednesday 11 April 2007, by Rob Weale

In this brief article, the author discusses research in Artificial Intelligence (AI)-aided sound design that explores the possibility of using the computer as an intelligent assistant for the composer in sound synthesis environments. An intelligent assistant is a system that works co-operatively with the user, providing automated reasoning or possible alternatives for the production of sound. The author believes that developing such a system requires the appropriate coupling between human imagination and AI.

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