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Evolutionary Computation Applied To Algorithmic Composition
Proceedings Of The 1999 Congress On Evolutionary Computation, Cec 1999. Ieee Computer Society, v. 2, n. , p. 807 - 811, 1999.
Von Zuben F.
This paper presents an end-user interface that allows real time parametric control of sound events. It is an interactive environment in which evolutionary computation is applied to algorithmic composition. This system uses genetic algorithms to generate and evaluate a sequence of chords played as MIDI data. Melodic, harmonic and voice range fitness are used to control musical features. Based on the ordering of consonance of musical intervals, the notion of approximating a sequence of notes to its harmonically compatible note or tonal center is used. This method employs a fuzzy formalism and is posed as an optimization approach based on factors relevant to hearing music. © 1999 IEEE.2807811Biles, J.A., GenJam: A genetic algorithm for generation jazz solos (1994) Proceedings of Computer Music Conference (ICMC'94), pp. 131-137Horovitz, D., Generating rhythms with genetic algorithms (1994) Proceedings of Computer Music Conference (ICMC'94), pp. 142-143Michalewicz, Z., (1996) Genetic Algorithms + Data Structures = Evolution Programs, pp. 283-287. , Springer-VerlagManzolli, J., Moroni, A., Matallo, C., AtoConAto: New media performance for video and interactive tap shoes music (1998) 6Th ACM International Multimedia Conference, p. 3Pedrycz, W., Gomide, F., (1998) An Introduction to Fuzzy Sets Analysis and Design, , MIT PressVidyamurthy, G., Chakrapani, J., Cognition of tonal centers: A fuzzy approach (1992) Computer Music Journal, 16, p. 2. , MIT Press