Howell, Roland M.
Schwab, David; McNair, Jonathan B.
University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Place of Publication
The introduction of digital computers to the world of music composition provided a medium from which to write far more efficiently than the traditional means of transcription. Of course, this applies to modern notation software, but it is the way in which computers have granted the composer the ability to utilize stochastic generation, algorithmic reasoning, and later, artificial intelligence that was especially groundbreaking. To be sure, there are countless models created by composers and computer scientists that utilized every aspect of the abilities granted by the technology at the time of their creation. However, there are those few models that are given some form of mention in almost every research paper on the subject, though for good reason. The projects developed by Lejaren Hiller and David Cope were more than influential; they were revolutionary in their demonstration of how computers could be used as composing tools, and in some cases, composers themselves.
B. S.; An honors thesis submitted to the faculty of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the degree of Bachelor of Science.
Computer music--Models; Composition (Music)--Models
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Pell, Gabriel, "Survey of models for "computer music"" (2023). Honors Theses.