Posted on 10/06/2016

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Crowdsourced Creations

Democratic Music? Is it possible to make viable music with contributions from a range of unconnected people? Let’s say we agree on a tempo and key or chord progression, and then throw stuff in a common pool. And mix it up and arrange it algorithmically to see if there is a common spirit hidden in there. […]

Posted on 26/05/2016

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The A.I. Radio Station

When machines take over “Play me some music, Hal…” Progress in Artificial Intelligence and music research is advancing rapidly. So within a foreseeable future we will hear music that is entirely generated and performed by computers. An automatic radio station like the one I have mocked up in this post, will become a reality. [gdlr_quote align=”center” […]

Posted on 14/05/2016

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Coincidental remixing

The Fluxic way of remixing stuff is somewhat deviant from general practices. By isolating the various elements of a track, and then preparing and looping that information algorithmically you will get a coincidental sequence of the elements that will produce results, ranging from the brillant to the useless. Depending on the raw material, this method […]