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Oleg Shudeiko pairs software re-creations of medieval harmonies with human free improvisation and the results are transporting

If you’ve studied western classical music to any level, you’ll be familiar with the basics of baroque counterpoint and harmony. There are strict rules you have to follow – no parallel fifths or octaves, no unresolved dissonances, never leave out a root or third, and so on – which make baroque-style arrangement akin to completing a sudoku puzzle.

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