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MASOM v1.30

Comparison of Factor Oracle, Variable Markov Model Max Order Variation, and Variable Markov Model Prediction by Partial Matching-C for Musical Agents based on Self-Organizing Maps

Please find examples of music generated by MASOM v1.30 below. Several models have been trained using two corpora of electroacoustic music and experimental electronic music with repetition. If you are interested in further details, please stay in tune for the upcoming paper.
All examples are also available here.

Corpus 1 - Electroacoustic Music 


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Variable Markov Model Max-Order Variation (3rd Order)

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Variable Markov Model Max-Order Variation (5th Order)

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Variable Markov Model Prediction by Partial Matching (3rd Order)

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Corpus 2 - Experimental Music with Repetition 


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Variable Markov Model Max-Order Variation (3rd Order)

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Variable Markov Model Max-Order Variation (5th Order)

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Variable Markov Model Prediction by Partial Matching C Variation (3rd Order)

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