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Tempo Curving as a Framework for Interactive Computer-Aided Composition

Abstract : We present computer-aided composition experiments related to the notions of polyrhythmic structures and variable tempo curves. We propose a formal context and some tools that enable the generation of complex polyrhythms with continuously varying tempos integrated in compositional processes and performance, implemented as algorithms and user interfaces.
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Jean Bresson, John Maccallum. Tempo Curving as a Framework for Interactive Computer-Aided Composition. Sound and Music Computing Conference (SMC), Jul 2015, Maynooth, Ireland. ⟨hal-01166166⟩

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