Algorithm and Decision in Musical Composition

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Gato, Gonçalo;
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Through a series of creative projects this doctorate set out to research how computer-assisted composition (CAC) of music affects decision-making in my compositional practice. By reporting on the creative research journey, this doctorate is a contribution towards a bett... View more
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