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Systemic Improvisation, for pads and dice

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Title: Systemic Improvisation, for pads and dice
Creator: Nilsson, Per Anders
Dahlstedt, Palle
Robair, Gino
Perkis, Tim
Issue Date: 9-Oct-2018
Published in: Music at Stanford, October 9, 2018 at CCRMA at Stanford University
Keywords: Improvisation
game pieces
game design
experimental music
Summary: Systemic Improvisation refers to a class of musical improvisation systems, wherein virtual interacting agents transform the musical interactions between players. It is a new kind of musical interaction/situation/work, and a continuation of Dahlstedt’s and Nilssons’s long-term research into technology-mediated musical creativity and performance. The concept emerged from a previous research project, Creative Performance, which had a broader scope, investigating different categories of technologies... more
Type of work: Concert, and presentation
Description: Systemic improvisation is a research project supported by the Swedish Research Council.
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