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algorithm piano test #1

By Aday on June 17, 2018 11:28 am

I'm not really finding the whole composition of tracks fun at the moment...  I also find it hard to get inspired sometimes to noodle stuff out (I hope this is a temporary affliction)

It's also time-consuming, and I find the time I do spend working on music to be often hit and miss -- a lot of miss...
Work weeks pretty busy

So I'm working on trying develop a personally intuitive algorithmicly generated workflow to help me bust out compositions in the style of chaos and classical.

It's early days, I visited this concept a few years ago, lets see where I end up this time

This week, just some transpositional stuff while I figure out the XML syntax

Work Smarter, not harder?

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June 18, 2018 12:19 am

So can we still count you as the composer, or will you be changing the name to Ai-day? great output on your algorithm, very chaotic, but i can hear it making some logical choices. nice one!

June 18, 2018 7:40 am

I'd love to hear the details you've got going on here.

June 19, 2018 9:33 pm

This had some interesting moments that were very logical, and then I'd go, "Wait a minute."  smile

WB can be tough and not fun at times, but the times that it is fun and rewarding will hopefully help you withstand the rough spots.

Wisefire wrote:

or will you be changing the name to Ai-day?


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