I didn't follow everything in my complexity class, but I believe that P=NP implies that search is as easy as decision. So producing a piece of good music is as easy (up to a polynomial) as deciding if a piece of music is good.
If I remember correctly, optimization also collapses. So finding the best possible piece of music is also easy as deciding if a piece of music is good.
What if the polynomial is of order 1000 or higher?
I understand asymptotics and the convention that polynomial algorithms are "efficient". However, it might turn out that P=NP but the polynomial is so big that the found algorithm is impractical for normal sized instances.
That's certainly a logical possibility. In practice, low-degree polynomial solutions have been developed for most important problems in P, even if the first known polynomial solution had a high degree.