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This Is A Great Creative Tool For Generative And Algorithmic Composition On OSX And Windows
Press Here To Enter The Site: Melody Generator
“In spite of its name, the generation of tonal melodies is not the principal aim of Melody Generator II. Its goal is scientific: to establish our understanding of tonal music by developing an artificial music generator and evaluating the well-formednes and ‘quality’ of the melodies it yields.
For this purpose, Melody Generator II incorporates a large amount of knowledge about tonal music, collected in theoretical and experimental research, which forms the basis for the construction of tonal melodies.”
Melody Generator II differs from systems that help users to create melodies by providing a platform for generating music that assists the user to obey the rules of tonal music (e.g. non-chord tone resolution, voice leading, motive development). These systems basically constrain the selection of tones and chords but the actual selection is still made by the user. Melody Generator II carries out the complete process of melody construction, although the user can edit the result in various ways.
Press Here To Enter MU.LAB
- Create, record, edit and play audio & MIDI
- Integrated hi-quality synths, samplers and effects
- Supports VST plug-ins, both audio & MIDI
- Easy workflow
- Flexible modular architecture
- Hi-quality audio engine
- Sample accurate sequencing
- Automatic mono/stereo handling
- ReWire Master
- Available on Mac OSX and Windows
- Can be used from a USB memory stick
Press Here To Enter The Site: Cellular Automata
Mirek’s Java Cellebration (MJCell) is a Java applet that allows playing 300+ Cellular Automata rules and 1400+ patterns. It can play rules from 13 CA rules families: Generations, Life, Vote, Weighted Life, Rule tables, Cyclic CA, 1D totalistic, 1D binary, Neumann binary, General binary, Margolus neighborhood, Larger than Life, and some of the User DLLs. It allows also to experiment with own rules. The applet is a simplified version of MCell. It does not offer extended features of MCell, but has one advantage over it: its usage is not restricted to MS Windows. Full source code of the applet is available here. You can also download the full off-line version equipped with a rich library of patterns. You should also download this version if you plan to put the MJCell applet on your own Web page.
OSX Version At This Page:
Original Windows Version:
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“This is a little tool I made in connection with the 10th Ludum Dare competition held in December 2007. Its original purpose was to provide a simple means of getting basic sound effects into a game for those people who were working hard to get their entries done within the 48 hours and didn’t have time to spend looking for suitable ways of doing this.
The idea was that they could just hit a few buttons in this application and get some largely randomized effects that were custom in the sense that the user could accept/reject each proposed sound.
It turned out to work rather well and a lot of the entrants used it, which is cool. Anyone else in the same situation (need some basic sound effects, don’t really care about top quality, have no idea where to get them) should find it pretty useful, if nothing else then just as placeholder sounds to kill the silence until final content has been produced.
Basic usage involves hitting the randomize button (or one of the other buttons to your left if you need a specific standard sound), listen to the generated sound, then deciding if it sounds ok or not. If it does, then export it to .WAV and you’re done, if not – just hit the button again and get something different.
All the parameters used to create each sound are manually tweakable to allow fine-tuning if you feel like getting your hands dirty. Space is a useful shortcut to play the current sound.
There will probably be a minor update of this in the near future, adding some convenient features.
Source code is available and you’re free to use it for anything you please. I’ve put it under the MIT free software license.”
Some of the images that I create here: flickr for example and videos on Vimeo take a lot of time and patience. But I recently discovered this diamond and it’s not very rough, MandelBulb 3D. This “little” work of genius is free and available at FractalForums I want to sincerely thank everyone involved in the development and distribution of this really wonderful piece of software. After downloading and simple install, I just started “messing around” with various settings and quickly came to some wonderful results. I didn’t see any documentation but this software just begs to let you experiment with the settings. Try this software and support the site. By the way, there are several other applications featured on FractalForums and they many certainly be great applications but I just haven’t had the time to test ride them as of now. Have fun fractalizing.
Press Here To Enter The Site: RaX’n’TraX
- Modular VST-Host
- Mono/Poly note generators
- Wave recorders/manipulators
- Mixer and Mixerstates
- Linear and Event sequencers
- Piano roll
- Vst-automation recording/editing
- Vst-Midi out
- Rewire (members only)
Very interesting and powerful Windows pattern based sequencer. Completely Free!
Press Here To Enter Slice
- Split MP3, WAV, OGG and FLAC audio files.
- Several ways to split mp3 files (by number of files, duration or silence detection).
- Split multiple files at the same time.
- Split music files with silence detection to determine the end of a song.
- MPEG Layer-3 encoder supports constant or variable bit rates from 8 to 320kbps with optional error correction and stereo modes.
- Drag and dropping of mp3 files into application fully supported.
- Optimized CPU usage and efficient code for fastest conversion times.
- Settings are stored on program exit.
- Slice option added to Windows right-click menu.
- Easy and intuitive to use.