Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity
1st Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity
This paper explores musical, psychological and philosophical ideas about how humans and machines interact in creative processes. It argues that creativity is a function of both generator and receiver, and that these roles can be amorphous in the creation and experience of electronic music. It offers an approach to structuring temporal spaces for rhythmic composition, which leads to the idea of machine rhythms, which are proposed as a promising area for creative expression.
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Barton, S. (2016). Creativity in the Generation of Machine Rhythms. Proceedings of the 1st Conference on Computer Simulation of Musical Creativity, 1-8. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.wpi.edu/humanitiesarts-pubs/6