These sequences are loops that you can break out of at will and return to at any point, combine with other loops, etc. ———————— “Sequence Music differs from the plastic arts (e.g., painting and drawing) in that musical works do not exist “all at once,” but necessarily unfold over time. For the brain to represent a musical melody (or other short passage), it therefore must build a mental representation for a string of events that connect to one another, at both the short-range (events immediately preceding and following) and the long range (e.g., noting a melody’s recurrence later in a work, and possibly the differences in the later iteration relative to the initial presentation). Across animal studies, such strings of complex motor and/or perceptual events are referred to as “sequences.” “

These sequences are loops that you can break out of at will and return to at any point, combine with other loops, etc.
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“Sequence
 
Music differs from the plastic arts (e.g., painting and drawing) in that musical works do not exist “all at once,” but necessarily unfold over time. For the brain to represent a musical melody (or other short passage), it therefore must build a mental representation for a string of events that connect to one another, at both the short-range (events immediately preceding and following) and the long range (e.g., noting a melody’s recurrence later in a work, and possibly the differences in the later iteration relative to the initial presentation). Across animal studies, such strings of complex motor and/or perceptual events are referred to as “sequences.” “

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