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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Although many artists have worked to create associations between music and animation, this has traditionally be done by developing one to suit the pre-existing other, as in visualization or sonification. The approach we employ in this work is to enable the simultaneous development of both music and sound from a common and rather generic central parameter variation, which may simply indicate a structure for periodic repetitions. This central parameter variation is then simultaneously mapped todoi:10.1007/978-3-540-31807-1_13 fatcat:nqxm5bauy5a45epkioy2xjvhv4