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Exploring different strategies for the automatic generation of song lyrics with Tra-la-Lyrics

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Abstract

Using as starting point the architecture of a system that generates lyrics for given melodies, this paper explores possible different strategies for their automatic generation. Some important features concerning lyrics generation and some problems about different strategies are introduced. Examples of generated lyrics are shown and discussed.
The results were validated and evaluated. People were invited to answer evaluation inquiries where some lyrics could be found. The evaluation results are also a topic for discussion.

Subject

Creative Systems

Conference

13th Portuguese Conference on Artificial Intelligence (EPIA 2007), Guimarães, Portugal, December 2007

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