Algorithmic transformed-fractal composition in pseudo-diatonic 53-TET done with Csound/blue.
@Brian Wong: Yes, it looks like they have a hard time seeing the source material.
@Wilhelm Matthies: "Push and Pull" is a good description Wilhelm! This is the 1st tune created with my RPS (Rhthym Programming System) created in Python, which allows me to create mixes of rythymic time divisions not possible with a DAW. The push + pull results from different parts of the "bar" (loop) being divided up into different "ticks". Interestingly some people have said they perceive it less as a loop than as a constantly shifting pattern, which I think might demonstrate how the limitations of standard DAW technology have shaped current musical perception.
@Wilhelm Matthies: Thanks Wilhelm! The "transformed" fractal adjective tries to describe how I created a "look-ahead" algorithm to modify the base fractal melody of the pluck instrument to move smoothly into each chord change.
very well done, love the push and pull on the cycling loop...
awesome work with shifting the loops...
@fineberg: This is totally Csound synthesis, no samples. The code is all done in Jython (Java Python) which is built into blue.
Hi Brian...very interesting - was this done with Csound, and if so, what language did you use to generate the algorithmic code?
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