Computational parsing of melody (Cpm): Interface enhancing the creative process during the production of music

Blake, A., Grundy, C., Budin, L., Stiffler, V.L., Bekic, Z. and Dobric, V.H. 2003. Computational parsing of melody (Cpm): Interface enhancing the creative process during the production of music. 25th International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces. Dubrovnik, Croatia 16-19 Jun 2003

TitleComputational parsing of melody (Cpm): Interface enhancing the creative process during the production of music
AuthorsBlake, A., Grundy, C., Budin, L., Stiffler, V.L., Bekic, Z. and Dobric, V.H.
TypeConference paper
Year2003
Conference25th International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces
Publication dates
Published2003

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