Music/Multimedia Technology: Creating Variations from Rhythm Generation and Melody Synthesis Processes of Hybridized Interactive Algorithmic Composition Model

London Journal of Research in Computer Science and Technology
Volume | Issue | Compilation
Authored by Garba Joshua , Wajiga, Gregory Maksha
Classification: H.5.5, H.5.1
Keywords: music and multimedia technology; variations; rhythm generation; melody synthesis; hybridized interactive algorithmic composition model.
Language: English

The Hybridized Interactive Algorithmic Composition (HIAC) Model was developed by Dr. Etemi Joshua Garba under the supervision of Professor Gregory Maksha Wajiga (Garba and Wajiga, 2014a). The HIAC model is an aggregate of various algorithmic composition models in order to minimize the weaknesses experienced when such models are used singlehandedly in music composition.The hybridization of the models (at different stages of composition) capitalized on the advantages of such models. The HIAC model was presented as software framework. In this paper, however, we shall take a review of how variations are created from the rhythm generation and melody synthesis processes of the HIAC model. The variation aspect of the HIAC model is expected to be useful to software designers and application developers in the field of Music and Multimedia Technology.


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