Robin: An Algorithmic Composer For Interactive Scenarios

Show simple item record Morreale, Fabio Masu, Raul De Angeli, Antonella
dc.coverage.spatial Stockholm, Sweden 2021-08-24T22:05:10Z 2021-08-24T22:05:10Z 2013
dc.identifier.citation Editors: Bresin, Robert. Proceedings of the Sound and Music Computing Conference 2013. Logos Verlag, Berlin, Germany. 207-212. 2013
dc.description.abstract The purpose of this paper is to present Robin, an algorithmic composer specifically designed for interactive situations. Users can interact in real time with the algorithmic composition by means of control strategies based on emotions. This study aims at providing a system for automatic music generation to be applied to interactive systems for music creation targeted at non-musicians. Robin adopts a rulebased approach to compose original tonal music in classical piano style. The first practical application of Robin is The Music Room, an interactive installation which enables people to compose tonal music in pairs by communicating emotion expressed by moving throughout a room.
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dc.title Robin: An Algorithmic Composer For Interactive Scenarios
dc.type Conference Item 2021-07-02T06:28:54Z
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