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The program uses only the output of a previous composing program called Experiments in Musical Intelligence Emmy as a source database for its musical choices. I just finished reading your book, "Computer Models of Musical Creativity" and I am absolutely stunned at how fascinated I was by the subject matter. I find it rather ironic that I enjoyed the book as much as I did; I was intending on becoming a music educator until I realized it was most certainly not for me.
Instead, I intend on pursuing computer science and reading this book has opened a world of interest for me in blending my love of music with that of computers. I first heard about Emily Howell through an article featured on Ars Technica. The quote featured at the bottom of the Ars Technica article sums up my feelings about reading the entire book, that computers and music are linked without any doubt.
Many of my friends within the music department at Nazareth were appalled that this technology existed. I however kept reading. The composition process is like that of writing a program, and both force me to think similarly to the other process. I commend you for challenging long-held ideas about computers and their abilities to be creative entities when given the proper tools.
Neuroscience has shown that music encompasses both the "logical" and "creative" sides of the brain; how different is that from a computer with the proper programming? After all, computers were created by humans. This book has been partly inspirational to me in my decision to switch from music education to computer science, because it made me realize that music and computer programming are one in the same, at a base level.
Analytical thought and problem solving skills are needed to compose as well as create programs. Thank you very much for your insightful book, and I wish you the very best with Emily Howell. I plan on listening to those compositions at some point. Music shouldn't be about who created it, but the emotions and passion it can inspire. Music is still music, regardless of who or what created it. Thank you. Shadow Worlds Opus 2 : Three Pianos
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Emily Howell is a computer program created by David Cope during the s. Emily consists of an interactive interface that allows both musical and language. Emily Howell is a computer program created by David Cope, a music professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Emily Howell is an interactive interface that "hears" feedback from listeners, and builds its own musical compositions from a source database, derived from a.