MUME 2018

6th International Workshop on Musical Metacreation

Held at the Ninth International Conference on Computational Creativity, ICCC 2018.

University of Salamanca, Salamanca, Spain, June 25-26, 2018.

Title: Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Musical Metacreation (MUME 2018)
Editors: Philippe Pasquier, Oliver Bown, Arne Eigenfeldt
Date of Release: 20-06-2018

ISBN:  978-1-77287-047-3

 Publications Authors
Session I: MuMe at Work
Genetically Sonified Organisms: Environmental Listening/Sounding Agents Doug Van Nort
Generating Albums with SampleRNN to Imitate Metal, Rock, and Punk Bands Cj Carr and Zack Zukowski
What do these 5,599,881 parameters mean? An analysis of a specific LSTM music transcription model, starting with the 70,281 parameters of the softmax layer Bob Sturm
Session II: MuMe Networks
Sequence to Sequence Autoencoder for Learning Representations of Ornaments Achyuth Samudrala
Real-valued parametric conditioning of an RNN for interactive sound synthesis Lonce Wyse
Neurons: An Interactive Composition Using a Neural Network for Recognition of Playing Techniques Artemi-Maria Gioti
An End to End Model for Automatic Music Generation: Combining Deep Raw and Symbolic Audio Networks Rachel Manzelli, Vijay Thakkar, Ali Siahkamari and Brian Kulis
JazzGAN: Improvising with Generative Adversarial Networks Nicholas Trieu and Robert Keller BEST PAPER AWARD
Session III: Musically-Aware Machines
Experiments on collective decision-making and musical metacreative performances with audience participation Marcelo Gimenes
Navigating Outcomes of Rhythmic Anticipation Jay Hardesty
Comparative Analysis of Key Inference Models for Musical Metacreation Paul Bodily and Dan Ventura
From Motion to Musical Gesture: Experiments with Machine Learning in Computer-Aided Composition Jean Bresson, Paul Best, Diemo Schwarz and Alireza Farhang
Back to the experiences: Empirically grounding the development of musical co-creative partners in co-experiences Prashanth Ravikumar, Kevin McGee and Lonce Wyse
Session IV: MetaMuMe
Algorithmic Audio Mashups and Synthetic Soundscapes Employing Evolvable Media Repositories Marinos Koutsomichalis and Björn Gambäck
Music Style Transfer: A Position Paper Gus G. Xia and Shuqi Dai
Musical Metacreation: Past, Present, and Future Paul Bodily and Dan Ventura
Session V: MuMe Over
Towards an Automatic Detection of Rhetorical Patterns in the Renaissance Polyphonic Music Víctor Padilla, Manuel Tizón, Francisco Gómez, Manuel Espigares and Edith Alonso
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