In this paper, the author argues that there is a shared general dissatisfaction with the music that is being produced by computer, in terms of its ability to access and communicate with a general, non-specialised audience. In addressing this he suggests that electroacoustic/computer music composers should rediscover strategies that appeal to the workings of the human mind, rather than those that merely derive from the workings of machines.
The Quest for ‘Musically Interesting' Structures in Computer Music
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