Program

June 17 2019

9:00-9:30 Registration    
9:30-9:35 Welcome   Bob Keller
9:35-10:00 Paper 1 Exploring Competitive Musical Creativity in Digital Composition Games Thomas Studley, Jon Drummond and Nathan Scott
10:00-10:25 Paper 2 Modular Structure: Observations on Managing Compositional Algorithms Liam Bray, Benjamin Carey and Oliver Bown
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break    
11:00-12:00 Keynote Talk Some Thoughts on Ending: Music, Processes, and Musical Processes Professor Rodney Waschka II
12:00-12:25 Paper 3 Apollo: An Interactive Web Environment for Generating Symbolic Musical Phrases using Corpus-based Style Imitation Renaud Bougueng Tchemeube, Jeff Ens and Philippe Pasquier
12:30-13:30 Lunch Break    
13:30-13:55 Paper 4 Explicitly Conditioned Melody Generation: A Case Study with Interdependent RNNs Benjamin Genchel, Ashis Pati and Alexander Lerch
13:55-14:20 Paper 5 Query-based Deep Improvisation Shlomo Dubnov
14:20-14:45 Paper 6 Magenta Studio: Augmenting Creativity with Deep Learning in Ableton Live Adam Roberts, Jesse Engel, Yotam Mann, Jon Gillick, Claire Kayacik, Signe Nørly, Monica Dinculescu, Carey Radebaugh, Curtis Hawthorne and Douglas Eck
14:45-15:30
Explanations of evening concert performances
   
15:30-16:00 Coffee Break    
16:25-16:50 Paper 8 Computational Aesthetics and Music: the Ugly, the Small and the Boring Stefano Kalonaris, Toby Gifford and Andrew Brown
16:00-16:25 Paper 9 Musical Mandala Mindfulness: A Generative Biofeedback Experience Andreas Adolfsson, Jonathan Bernal, Margareta Ackerman and Julia Scott
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