MusicAlgorithms: Tools For Algorithmic Composition of Music

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“Students of music composition can explore algorithmic composition, while others can create musical representations of models for the purpose of aural interpretation and analysis. Here, the algorithmic process is used in a creative context so that users can convert sequences of numbers into sounds.”

 

6 minutes to build a Max-patch and do a performance with it

The Rules:
– You have 6 minutes to build a Max-patch and do a performance with it.
– Start with an empty patch.
– Only use the standard objects that are part of Max/MSP/Jitter.
– Don’t use externals, pre-build external datafiles, help files, or anything of that kind.

Watch Here: Max Live Coding

RaX’n’TraX A Pattern Based Composition Tool (Windows)

Press Here To Enter The Site: RaX’n’TraX

  • Modular VST-Host
  • Asio/Midi/MTC
  • Racks/Layers/Inserts
  • Mono/Poly note generators
  • Slides/Curves/Gates
  • Transposers
  • Wave recorders/manipulators
  • Mixer and Mixerstates
  • Linear and Event sequencers
  • Clips
  • Piano roll
  • Vst-automation recording/editing
  • Fxb/Fxp
  • Vst-Midi out
  • Skins
  • Rewire (members only)

Very interesting and powerful Windows pattern based sequencer.  Completely Free!

FRITZING: A Software Website In The Spirit of Processing and Arduino

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ABOUT FRITZING
Fritzing is an open-source initiative to support designers, artists, researchers and hobbyists to work creatively with interactive electronics. We are creating a software and website in the spirit of Processing and Arduino, developing a tool that allows users to document their prototypes, share them with others, teach electronics in a classroom, and to create a pcb layout for professional manufacturing.

BPM Software Listing: Software That Calculates the BPM Value of A Song

Press Here To Enter The Site: BPM Detection software

This page is dedicated to those who have considered classifying their mp3 collection according to tempo, which is measured in beats per minute, or BPM. A great use of this musical measure is the creation of playlists: a playlist with fast music to play at the gym, a playlist with slow music to relax, etc.

Slice: MP3 and Audio File Splitting Software-Freeware Windows

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Features

  • 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.

MAX Demos For Music, Audio and MIDI Training-Excellent!

Press Here To Enter The Site: MAX Demos

I especially like this great MIDI tool/reference patch

National Science Foundation CCLI Grant
Linking Science, Art, and Practice Through Digital Sound
This project’s objective is to develop curricular material that explains the science and mathematics of digital sound in a way that makes their relationship to applications clear, using examples from theatre, movies, and music production. This is a collaborative project among computer science, education, and digital sound design professors at a liberal arts university and a performing arts conservatory.
The intention is to engage students’ interest in science by linking it more tightly to practice, including artistic applications. The vision is to draw more students to the study of computer science by means of its exciting connections with art and digital media.

Max Objects Database: Objects, Patches, Applications from the Max Universe

Enter The Max Database Here

Welcome to the Max Objects DataBase !

This site is designed to find objects, patches, applications, etc… from Max universe (Max/MSPJitter,…).
Just as an indication, some objects are listed to be available on Pure Data as well.

If you register, you could add objects, libraries, comments and news. You could edit or delete the data you added. Registering is free and safe; already 3263 members are registered.

SoundHack Plugins Ported to Pd and Max/MSP Format

Press Here To Enter The Site: soundhack.com/

“We have just released the first complete version of the SoundHack externals for PD & Max. These externals replicate most of the SoundHack plugins and are offered free of charge. Included in this collection are externals for amplitude shaping and distortion (+compand~, +chebyshev~ & +decimate~), single-head, multi-head, pitchshifting and granular delays (+delay~, +pitchdelay~, +bubbler~), and the spectral shapers, a set of spectral filters and dynamics processors (+binaural~, +morphfilter~, +spectralcompand~ & +spectralgate~). This package is available at http://www.soundhack.com/externs.php.”

The Synthi Group Vol. 1 Sounds From A Legendary Synthesizer Company

Via: Internet Archive

Formed in 1969, Electronic Music Studios (EMS) quickly became innovators for the recording, production and advancement of electronic music. The ideas and designs that bubbled forth out of the ingenuitive minds of Peter Zinovieff, Tristram Cary, David Cockerell and others, led to the creation of some of the most wildly original musical/sound design equipment ever conceived. The VCS3, Synthi A + AKS, Synthi 100, Synthi E, Synthi Logik and the Soundbeam are among these, almost unworldly, devices.

It is often said EMS gear has attained cult status, reaching a fervor of near worship among its users. The Synthi Group is an example and collection of such users. United through the Synthi blog and forum (www.thesynthi.de) and located throughout the world, the group’s members have come together for a planned series of compilation volume releases where the individuality and approach of each member towards their EMS instrument is showcased and broadcasted for all to experience. The listener will hear wildly different examples of styles and sounds that this original, and oft times, vintage equipment can create.

EMS were true pioneers from the very beginning, always looking beyond the culture and times they were surrounded and seemingly trapped in. Still around today, thanks to Robin Wood and Ludwig Rehberg, they are one of the few companies involved with electronic instrument production that have had a continued run since their inception. The Synthi Group have honed the original pioneering spirit and DIY ethic of EMS with their Volume series, a collection of sounds encompassing beautiful dreamscapes, synaesthetic visions, dark ambience, aural abstractions, sonic absurdities, pulsating analog, glitch, ring modulators, and envelope shapers generating trapezoidal geometry. Beginning with Volume 1, the Synthi Group compilations aim to ensure the story of EMS continues well into the future of electronic music production.”
[Synopsis by Alka]

no subsequent interaction synthi recording

VCS3 Improv C

Gnomes evasion

29days laterrr

29 days laterrr

Can the sound change

Do you observe

Smirk

Frog Waltz

Ich kann den Strom_in der Wand horen

Setting Sun

Trilogia per Delia

Interrupt structure

Descent

Block I

Bump

Dripping party

Harmony suitcase

Syncophant

Download Entire Zip Archive HERE