'Deun Ex Machina'
|Lucky Luke||0.98 MB|
|Amazonian raindrops||3.86 MB|
|Zen zenith||6.19 MB|
|Rhythm 'n drops||3.38 MB|
|Tingel blues||2.36 MB|
|Praagse lente||1.13 MB|
|opus 7||1.64 MB|
|MT bottles||5.19 MB|
(Deun is dutch for tune). The program randomly choses a progression
of chords from a chord transition-probability matrix and then creates melody randomly using the notes of the chord triad when on beat and any note of the scale when off beat. The notes of septime or notes of the next chord to follow are used sometimes at the end of the measure to create
a transition towards the next chord. This project gives encouraging
but not extremely exciting results: 'Lucky Luke', 'Opus 7' and 'Tingel blues'. 'Praagse lente' is possibly somewhat more interesting.
However, there is still room for improvement by applying more or different rules.
In an other project I've used electrophysiological recordings (nerve potentials, ECGs, discharges by electric fish etc) to make something resembling music .
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