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My name is Pablo. I apologize in advance of my english =D.
I recently joined this mailing list because I'm doing some research
about music. My intention is to use computational/statistical models to
create music, and that models be driven by cognitive/musical claims (1).
Since the very beginning of my research I had trouble modeling silence.
The silence is not just another pitch which has the ability of not to
sound. I think that silence has to be treated apart from pitches, but I
don't know how.
So here comes my question: Do you know anything I can read to help me
out with this?
Thanks you all!
(1) If you are interested, you can hear an example here of what I've
already done: http://lafhis.dc.uba.ar/%7Epzivic/E.nar.mid
In that example, the piano is of Scott Joplin, and the solo is composed
by mi program.
The silences that you hear, are artificial, is just a simple rule that I
introduced, if the solo plays all the time it gets annoying