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Comment on "The Computer as the Artist's Alter Ego"

Bernard Bel 1, *
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Abstract : Although subcognitive activity is central to improvisational composition, it is also part of interpretative composition: organizing a randomly generated string of symbols requires some experience in dealing with abstract representations of music, which in turn means a long-term acquaintance with final products: sound and scores.
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Bernard Bel. Comment on "The Computer as the Artist's Alter Ego". Leonardo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press), 1990, 23 (4), pp.461-462. ⟨hal-00380701⟩

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