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Offline erico

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Procedural music making tool
« on: 2013-Nov-13 »
Hello all, here another shot for the procedural music thing.
I love this one, and finally, the midi it exports IS organized enough on a tracker to have great use.

I love the interface too, go play with it NOW:
http://www.abundant-music.com/

If you need a non-web tool, never forget Sound Helix, it produces trully great tunes:
http://www.soundhelix.com/

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #1 on: 2013-Nov-13 »
Pretty good.

I imported a midi file from the first example song into Fruity Loops. Went as well as that can. Cool.

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #2 on: 2013-Nov-13 »
Really Cool the app!!! When I do music, I do with something similar to garage band but for Windows, or some tracker like in Amiga...


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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #3 on: 2014-May-24 »
SoundHelix 0.7 has been relased today: http://www.soundhelix.com

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #4 on: 2014-May-24 »
An excellent tool. Thanks for the update :)
I came. I saw. I played.

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #5 on: 2014-May-25 »
This coming week is the time I have to check possible musics. Will re-check it out. :good:

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #6 on: 2014-May-25 »
This will be awesome make an audio engine with this soft... I suposse can done if it's C++ the souce Code ... the most probable...
Thanks for advertinsing...

Sorry it's JAVA

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #7 on: 2014-May-25 »
In the page, there is info on how to import the engine inside your code and generate music on the fly, so it is already possible.
Similar to including sfxr in code.

That of course would be too much for me to handle / understand, I will just give a shot creating a few tunes and convert to wav, ogg.
I still have algomusic here to give a re-try too :good: But this really feels very advanced and the examples are awesome.

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #8 on: 2014-May-25 »
I used to recommend cgMusic - but unfortunately it requires the MFC 2003 Redist, which can't be officially found

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #9 on: 2014-May-26 »
It's true Erico I don't think about this... then if you put something in a txt with Glbasic and calls to the .EXE (JAR) of this app have to works, ins't?¿

Thans MrT, I take a look.

I rebenber Gernnot put another library for audio , this it's in C++ and the good point it's you can modifiy Pitch, reverb and add a lot of FX to wav sounds, but now I'm not sure in wich part of the forum is it...

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #10 on: 2014-May-26 »
It could be in Code Snippets or the inline forums

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #11 on: 2014-Jun-05 »
SoundHelix 0.7.1 has been released. See http://www.soundhelix.com

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Re: Procedural music making tool
« Reply #12 on: 2014-Jun-20 »
If you really want to go old-school with procedural music generating, check out CPU Bach for the 3DO ;)