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Creativity is one of those things which makes humans so special. But could there ever be a day when computers are composers, theoretical physicists, or artists? There are already a number of projects in artificial intelligence that try to recreate creativity in computers... http://www.aaai.org/AITopics/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/AITopics/Creativity
The author of music (main theme and "basic" harmony): Virtual Music Composer (Version 1.0); Performed and arranged by Zlatko(video - idea and realization: "all in one"). Algorithmic Composition as a Model of Musical Creativity: Can Computers be Creative?
With the appearance of computers there's no area of art or science that hasn't been compared in this or any other similar way: "...computers will never defeat humans in the game of chess...", or "...Robert Moog: a dangerous anarchist out to destroy music as we know it..." Today's music production is dependent on computer-aided tools. The versatility and efficiency of audio software makes them a natural part of the process of making music. But, more and more, it also raises the question: Can today's audio software be creative by itself? It wasn’t a long time ago this question was almost more theoretical then practical.
The music is the only art, unique among all others, that wouldn't be possible without existence of, at least, two of them: the art of the composition/composing and the art of performing music.
This song has its own video, accordingly to the music, everything is created by compoters: 3D animation (3DMax, PURE1800 render). Link for video: http://www.lvbsx.com/v3_06_video.html
The relationship between computers and creativity is a never ending story. And it will remain the same: things can always be better.
Further information is available at www.lvbsx.com