generative musical agents dedicated to human-machine creative interactions.
Jérôme Nika (PhD),
Human-machine musical interactions: Research & Computer Music Design for performance & composition, IRCAM.
Jérôme Nika conceives and develops generative software instruments within the Music Representations team in interaction with expert improvisers, performers, and composers. These generative agents combine machine learning models and generative processes with reactive listening modules.
This work led to numerous artistic collaborations and musical productions, particularly in improvised music (Steve Lehman, Bernard Lubat, Benoît Delbecq, Rémi Fox) and contemporary music (Pascal Dusapin, Ensemble Modern, Marta Gentilucci).
More than 60 artistic performances have brought these tools into play since 2016 (Onassis Center, Athens, Greece; Ars Electronica Festival, Linz, Austria; Frankfurter Positionen festival, Frankfurt; Annenberg Center, Philadelphia, USA; Centre Pompidou, Collège de France, LeCentquatre, Paris, France; Montreux Jazz festival, etc.).
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