Hey! They've discovered US at MP3.com too!
and is completely composed BY the COMPUTER,
using software that you find the download links to in this page.
You don't have to "know" music (neither do I!)
Want to download the mp3 version of the embedded midi song? Over here...
MUSIC FOR Y2K -
THE Y2K MIDI TABLE : Consume what's on it, and fill it up with new stuff ...
|tempo=290||= a mix|
|>3 min but
|PROPOSED PRE-FINAL MIXES:||Listen to parts of the final mix ...|
|tempo=80||- - - -|
Easy! YOU are going to fill it!
How to let your computer create files like these:
read on further down...
= the first files
my computer composed - he just can't remember what program he used
for it ...(!)
|Classified according to the programs used: I suggest you DOWNLOAD(some of) these programs !|
= using the MusiNum Program by Lars Kindermann ( it's free !)
stands for a file created by the multi facetted and free program called KeyKit, by Tim Thompson.
Orchaos an hybrid Composing Program written by Ray Watson (a limited version can be used for free)
Gingerbread is a freeware composing program (based on fractals) by Phil Thompson.
Made with the New Quasifractal
Composer (fantastic!)by Paul
For better guidance with this program: subscribe to the free mailing list at:
http://www.onelist.com/subscribe/tangentusersUse the freeware version to join our activities!
(the embedded soundfile you are hearing is composed with Tangent, then
post processed in Jazz++)
= generated by the Yo Kubota Mandelbrot Program - to be used freely...
Chaos von Eschenbach is related to the previous one, but developed by Shiro Omagari. Freeware.
... and then also there's the FractMus(Fractal Music Program) by Gustavo Diaz-Jerez and it's ... free.
These files were created with the (free)Oblivion Programby 'Cynique'.
My newest 'discovery':
... freeware ... try it!
|*** Composers' links ***
So, send me your midi compositions - generated
(!) by these sort of programs - and you'll
get a link as well...) NO BAND IN A BOX STUFF PLEASE (here you missed
|("... the amazing thing is, that all files published here are composed by the computer itself, without any human intervention ..." - The Gardener )||
Send YOUR midi files here please
the way, do you like my wallpaper?
...hope them people
at Geocities don't mind!
... read this well:
|What kind of information could
be useful to me - or to yourself - for later editing:
When you submit a file to this project, please try to give the following information about it:
STILL ASKING YOURSELF
WHAT THE HELL IS THIS ABOUT
A: Interactively making a 2001 sec during computer-music-composition, by using RANDOMIZING PROGRAMS only! We are giving ourselves one year time to complete the Y2K MIDI COMPOSITION...
So, TAKE whatever sequences
from the table (you know, right-click and then save to your HD), alter
them in any way, add more channels to them, send me the altered files (or
brand new ones, please) etc... Your sequences should (preferably) last
NOT LONGER THAN 3 MINUTES !
I explain more? Then
Otherwise: start working. Good luck to us all!
green balls are
MIXES of two other files in the table! They proof that editing is really
possible. All you got to do is to make the tempi equal (by use of any editor,
then copy and paste or merge tracks together... scales should 'fit' though...
do some transposition if they don't).
|As other examples, the yellow buttons show how easy it is to TRANSFORM any of these files (or any of your selfmade randomized files) to a DRUM FILE: just link all of the tracks used, to CHANNEL N°10 ... and it's done !!!!!!!!!|
|What else can you need ?
- For instance, a simple midi editor such asMusic
- You may find only 1 track (???) when opening
your composition in an editor. Pretty annoying !
- Even more tools you get in thegnmidi
program by Günter Nagler. Shareware: registration for
- Some musical knowledge may be useful !!! Read some music theory