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Scoresynth: a system for the synthesis of music scores based on Petri nets and a music algebra

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2 Author(s)
Haus, G. ; Dipartimento di Sci. dell''Inf., Milano Univ., Italy ; Sametti, A.

The authors show that they have chosen and organized symbols depending on instrumental needs within common music notations. The new kind of representation they propose makes up a conceptual music framework with as many different levels of abstraction as the musician needs. It allows them to explicitly describe and process what they call music objects (both traditional and nontraditional music objects), by which they mean anything that could have a musical meaning and can be thought of as an entity with a name and some relationship with other music objects. They describe a tool called Scoresynth, which uses Petri nets to describe, process, and synthesize music scores. They examine Scoresynth's features and explain how it works.<>

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Computer  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 7 )