Subject: Re: Experimental MIDI Sequencing
From: Philippe-Aubert Gauthier (Philippe-Aubert.Gauthier@USherbrooke.ca)
Date: Wed Oct 12 2005 - 16:42:38 EDT
You can try Pure-Data (very similar to Max) which is free. I use it for MIDI
sequencing, algorithmic composition/improvisation ... (even neural network!
using matrix operations)
You can also take a look at some books on Max/C++ and MIDI for algo composition
or music analysis (let me know if you know other titles).
That is my current reading, which is not bad, but less interesting than I tought
(its a description of symbolic and sub-symbolic processes (including neural
network, backpropagation, etc. for music analysis and composition, very case
specific a little boring if you don't know about C or C++):
Machine Musicianship (Robert Rowe)
I don't know this one, but I plan to read it:
Compositing Interactive Music (Todd Winkler)
% Philippe-Aubert Gauthier, ing. jr , M.Sc.
% Étudiant au doctorat en reproduction de champs acoustiques
% GAUS (Groupe d'Acoustique et de vibrations de l'Université de
% [ Sherbrooke)
% CIRMMT (Centre for Interdisciplinary research in Music, Media
% [ and Technology)
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