Generative Music Explained

Rocketboom Tech’s Ellie Rountree explains generative music and talks to laptop musician Luke Dubois about his work in this medium.

It’s not a very clear take on generative music, but it’s interesting to see this covered in (relatively) mainstream Internet media.

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This episode was made in collaboration with Intel!

Generative Art
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http://lukedubois.com

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6 thoughts on “Generative Music Explained

  1. Cool, nice vid! Wrt generative music, another system maybe of interest is Mixtikl 2, a generative music and loop mixing system for iPhone/iPod, PC/Mac, Windows Mobile and with VST/AU/Browser Plugins. http://intermorphic.com/tools/mixtikl/. iTunes appstore link is: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/mixtikl-2/id347409… Mixtikl includes a runtime Noatikl generative music engine (http://www.intermorphic.com/tools/noatikl/), where Noatikl is a new clean room version of the SSEYO Koan generative music engine, which was used in 1996 in Eno's Generative Music 1.

  2. Cool, nice vid! Wrt generative music, another system maybe of interest is Mixtikl 2, a generative music and loop mixing system for iPhone/iPod, PC/Mac, Windows Mobile and with VST/AU/Browser Plugins. http://intermorphic.com/tools/mixtikl/. iTunes appstore link is: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/mixtikl-2/id347409… Mixtikl includes a runtime Noatikl generative music engine (http://www.intermorphic.com/tools/noatikl/), where Noatikl is a new clean room version of the SSEYO Koan generative music engine, which was used in 1996 in Eno's Generative Music 1.

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