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Carnegie Mellon Analysis Shows Online Songwriters Seek Collaborators With Complementary Skills
February 11, 2013
A musical collaboration, be it Rodgers and Hammerstein or Robert Plant and Alison Krauss, requires a mix of shared and complementary traits that is not always obvious. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University discovered elements of this unique chemistry by using an automated technique to analyze an online songwriting community.
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