MUME 2016

4th International Workshop on Musical Metacreation (MUME 2016)

Held at the Seventh International Conference on Computational Creativity, ICCC 2016

Position Papers

Roisin Loughran and Michael O’NeillThe Popular Critic: Evolving Melodies with Popularity Driven Fitness

Haizi Yu, Lav Varshney, Guy Garnett and Ranjitha Kumar – MUS-ROVER: A Self-Learning System for Musical Compositional Rules

Cárthach Ó Nuanáin, Sergi Jordà and Perfecto Herrera – Towards User-Tailored Creative Applications of Concatenative Synthesis in Electronic Dance Music

Shawn Bell and Liane Gabora – A Music-generating System Inspired by the Science of Complex Adaptive Systems

Takeshi Hori, Kazuyuki Nakamura and Shigeki Sagayama – Computational Model of Jam Session From Statistical Analysis of Music Rendering Features

Dekai Wu – Learning Musical Creativity via Stochastic Transduction Grammars: Combination, Exploration and Transformation

Jay HardestyBuilding blocks of rhythmic expectation

Ryan Groves – Towards the Generation of Melodic Structure

Jaime Arias, Myriam Desainte-Catherine and Shlomo Dubnov – Automatic Construction of Interactive Machine Improvisation Scenarios from Audio Recordings

Work-in-progress Papers

Adam Wilson – factorOracle: an Extensible Max External for Investigating Applications of the Factor Oracle Automaton in Real-Time Music Improvisation

Angela Coelho, Pedro Martins and Fernando Amílcar Cardoso – A Musical Sonification of the Portuguese Epopee

Ana Rodrigues, Amílcar Cardoso and Penousal Machado – Harmonic Constellation: An Audiovisual Environment of Living Organisms

Daniel Gómez-Marín, Sergi Jordà and Perfecto Herrera – Rhythm Spaces

Victor Shepardson – Audiovisual Synthesis with ABSTRACT/CONCRETE

Andrew Lambert, Tillman Weyde and Newton Armstrong – Metrical Flux: Towards Rhythm Generation in Continuous Time

Demo Papers

Andrew Brown – Ripples: A human-machine musical duet (A demonstration submission)

Arne Eigenfeldt –  Musebots at One Year: A Review

Balazs KrichCreating an image and animation based body for associative music visualization in the browser

Sebastian Trump – The evolution of sound cells. Pivot point for the analysis and creation of musical improvisation

Zachary Kondak, Mikayla Konst, Carli Lessard, David Siah, and Robert Keller – Active Trading with Impro-Visor

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