Autonomy in the interactive music system VIVO

by   Fabio Paolizzo, et al.

Interactive Music Systems (IMS) have introduced a new world of music-making modalities. But can we really say that they create music, as in true autonomous creation? Here we discuss Video Interactive VST Orchestra (VIVO), an IMS that considers extra-musical information by adopting a simple salience based model of user-system interaction when simulating intentionality in automatic music generation. Key features of the theoretical framework, a brief overview of pilot research, and a case study providing validation of the model are presented. This research demonstrates that a meaningful user/system interplay is established in what we define as reflexive multidominance.



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