YouTuber SynthFest France did an impressive experiment with self-generative music. I know that this really is impressive, because I found it yesterday. I was quite impressed even when I wasn't dealing with eye pain and high. The idea that software can just make these melodies happen without artistic intervention is equal parts amazing and alarming.
Self-generating experimental music. No external controller. Only music apps, triggered by real time MIDI event generators. The FRMS application (multi-layer granular synthesizer) receives MIDI notes from an instance of Fugue Machine. The second instance of Fuge Machine generates events for Skaka (percussion sound module). The groove box DrumComputer loops on a beat with some random modulations. A melody (glassy sound) is generated by the Kronecker synthesizer which receives events from Autony (a semi-random MIDI event generator). The second Autony generator controls the melody (string) played by Aparillo. The whole thing is mixed in AUM and recorded for 4 minutes.
Programmation & one shot real time performance by Nanisound François Astier.
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