Algorithmic Music

my v good friend does this

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Sounds and looks cool. Kinda sounds like a drum machine falling down a long ass staircase tho

it’s p sick when he plays out

puts that on a projector so you can see what’s going on while he plays

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Cool interview from dudes doing generative music FFE


this looks interesting.

me & my dude in this mix on mixmag lol

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AIRHORN

My favorite of all these algo MIDI sites is finally working properly again and its MIDI files can be read by most DAWs (there was something preventing it for a while previously)

@mks @Jizz @cyclopian @Tolsof @Samuel_L_Damnson and anyone else I’m forgetting - wanna do a contest with nothing but this?

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Now that’s a challenge

Thx. I like the idea of everyone doing something on a platform where nobody has a lot of experience and the limitations are kind of baked in. This uses GM1 soundkit, there’s no mixing/levels whatsoever, and it’s all about tweaking the params to see what you find. In the last 5 minutes I’ve been playing around with it and am kinda shocked at how much it’s opening my mind to other approaches.

Oooh yea

I will check this out when I get home, but it sounds cool. I’m down.

Would it just be a single loop or a tune from a few loops?

Raleo

http://tonescientist.com/audio/raleo.mp3

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Would totally be up for this

Good question: I kind of like the idea of starting out with only what’s on the site, so a single loop (max 30 seconds) - with MIDIs and all shared at the end.

What do you guys think?

(mks canin’ the bossa lol)

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yeah, up for that

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sounds good

Ok, will get that up and running asap (prob after a bit so I can think about it a little more.)

Think ppl will be surprised at what this shit can do tbh and some might incorporate into their toolkit.

Best part is: everybody can participate, doesn’t require a daw or anything.

:grouphug:

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I made a sick 80s detective soundtrack in it once It was dopeeeeee

Should we host in Production, SNH, here…?