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Improvising with Computers A Personal Survey (1989-2001)

Title Improvising with Computers A Personal Survey (1989-2001)
Publication Type Conference Paper
Year of Publication 2001
Authors Jordà, S.
Abstract This paper begins with some of the topics and questions about music improvisation using computers, the author has posed himself during more than a decade experience as a performer, composer, software designer and educator. After a quick review of several of his previous interactive music systems, some of those issues are then confronted in FMOL, a program initially designed as a tool for on-line collaborative composition that has been used by hundreds of on-line composers, and which is also being employed by the author in free-form audiovisual improvisation concerts.
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