On Jul 23, 2018, at 2:38 AM, Tim B <email@example.com> wrote:_______________________________________________
Hello Eu Gene People,
I have not followed this complete thread, but a related issue has arisen in a recent request for a music piece. The request is to create a guide/composition for an improv ensemble that will be guided by quantum effects. As I understand it, the effect will be pulses from a Geiger counter. So the "random" input is a series of pulses at various time steps, with unpredictable time intervals. I would be interested in any references people have to generative works that are driven by such a randomness. Any and all suggestions and leads welcome, especially with motivational comments. There is a bit of material out there, but working out how much is relevant and how much is borderline esoteric nonsense is a bit hard...
On 2018-07-14 21:57, Alan Dorin via eu-gene wrote:
I am travelling right now and don’t have access to the proper PDF files, but you can download versions of both papers here from my home page:
If you want other versions of the final papers, please let me know in the middle of next week and I will fwd them.
Thanks for your interest!Alan
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On 11 Jul 2018, at 9:43 pm, Mae Leong via eu-gene <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Your paper seems interesting. I'm doing research on Evolutionary Art for my MSc thesis. Is there any way I can download a copy of the paper? Do you post in on ResearchGate?
On Wed, Jul 11, 2018 at 6:44 AM, Alan Dorin via eu-gene<email@example.com> wrote:<Untitled>
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