On Junitaki Falls. Trio for solo instrument and two AI performers
On Junitaki Falls is a digital score characterized by the use of intelligent computational systems. There are several different approaches to the implementation of computational intelligence within the digital score with each offering differing degrees of felt co-operation, presence and autonomy. This composition explored the musicianship and creativity in digital scores employing artificial intelligence (A.I.). The musician at the centre of this exploration was Christopher Redgate, a musician-researcher who investigates the contemporary oboe. On Junitaki Falls is concerned with creating a thinking-machine counterpart that worked co-operatively with the musician within the flow of musicking. After a period of several months practice with this score, the pieces were performed at Tempo Reale festival in Florence, Italy in December 2017, as part of the 30th anniversary of Berio’s studio.
Citation : Vear, C., (2017) On Junitaki Falls. Trio for solo instrument and two AI performers. Available online: https://fbf4c877-a633-43a6-a8f8-182ae6c0f74b.filesusr.com/ugd/9a47a8_c7e7efe5b2e94fc9bf015e2f35e0c086.pdf
Research Institute : Institute of Creative Technologies (IOCT)
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