Play House is a LEGO + modular synth project, created by Alex Allmont, that generates acid house music. Continue reading
Theometrica is a generative sound synthesis instrument inspired by acupuncture.
Created by Oscar Palou & Alexander Müller-Rakow, Theometrica is a sound interface designed to explore “the relation of ethnologic, geometric graphics and generative sound synthesis”. Continue reading
Volkswagen + Underworld have collaborated on a generative music application that creates music based on your style of driving.
Play the Road generates music via a phone app that’s connected to the Volkswagen Golf GTI’s onboard computer. The app uses the driver’s location and movements to generate music live. Continue reading
Hacker/inventor Tom Zimmerman created Project: Autobahn, a generative music system that creates music based on an automobile’s control sensors. Continue reading
Nodal is a standalone generative sequencer that allows the user to create complex musical patterns based on the concept of a network of nodes (musical events), connected together by edges (transitions between events).
Here’s what’s new: Continue reading
In this vintage interview, Robert Sandall and Mark Russell talke to Brian Eno about Generative Music in 1996.
Note: This is an audio interview – from the BBC Radio 3 program Mixing It. Brian Eno talks about generative music and his floppy disk album Generative Music 1. Continue reading
Intermorphic has released Noatikl 2 Mobile – an iOS version of the generative music software.
Noatikl 2 is the evolution of the SSEYO Koan Generative Music system, used in the 90s by Brian Eno and othersl. To generate its MIDI music notes and controller information Noatikl uses generative / aleatoric / stochastic / algorithmic music techniques and parameters. These can be used to drive & control settings of favourite external synths, FX units and samplers or an integrated MIDI, Sound & FX multi-synth.
Here is a two-part video introduction to Noatikl 2 Mobile: Continue reading