MUME 2014

The Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Musical Metacreation (MUME 2014)

Held at the Tenth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Interactive Digital Entertainment (AIIDE’14)

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, October 4, 2014

Papers from the 2014 AIIDE Workshop
Philippe Pasquier, Arne Eigenfeldt, and Oliver Bown, Organizers
AAAI Technical Report WS-14-18
published by The AAAI Press, Palo Alto, California

Proceedings

Introduction
Session I: Connexionist MUME  Chair: Andie Sigler
Dividing the Labor in a hierarchical System for autonomous musical Creation – M. Anthony Reimer and Guy E. Garnett
Studying the Effect of Metre Perception on Rhythm and Melody Modelling with LSTMs  Andrew Lambert, Tillman Weyde and Newton Armstrong
Session II: MUME Agents Chair: Arne Eigenfeldt
Guided Music Synthesis with Variable Markov Oracle  Cheng-I Wang and Shlomo Dubnov
Ferin Martino: A Small Piano Algorithm and Its Lessons on Creativity, Interaction, and Expression  Jeffrey Morris
Motivation, Microdrives and Microgoals in Mockingbird Michael Lynch
Session III: Topics in MUME  Chair: Philippe Pasquier
Generating Structure – Towards Large-scale Formal Generation  Arne Eigenfeldt
Artik: Articulation and Dynamics from Structural Pattern Analysis
Eliot Handelman and Andie Sigler
Genomic: Combining Genetic Algorithms and Corpora to Evolve Sound Treatments  Thomas Stoll
A Genetically Generated Drone A/V Composition Using Video Analysis as a Disturbance Factor to the Fitness Function  Tristan Mcguire and Giuseppe Torre
Session IV: Reflexion on MUME  Chair: Cheng-I Wang
Implications of Ad Hoc Artificial Intelligence in Music  Evan Merz
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