Click on the red or blue notes for the midi recordings. Or click on the name for the audio recording (rendered to audio with the Roland Sound Canvas).
|7 5 4 polyrh||african style complex polyrh||approaching instability||bassoon prime harmonics||Bells of Faerie|
|bird calls with Afro Carribean percussion||birdsong rhythm bluesy minor chord||cello flute pentatonic||changing rhythm 2 3 2 7o8 rhythm||changing rhythm 2o4, 3o4, 4o4|
|cos one over x vibrato||cousin to the wind||curlew fractal tune||dancing sprites||DNA music|
|eleven limit pentatonic||eleven limit pentatonic tubular bells||Erfurt Cathedral Bell Partials||evolving melody for bass recorder - kalimba||exp|
|Fibonacci 1 2 3 exp tscape||Fibonacci rain shower||flute pentatonic with reflections||flute recorder bell partials||four against five poly|
|gentle crossing||glockenspiel oboe with ocarina glock||golden ratio cello tune||golden ratio tune||guitar not polyrhythm|
|guitar oboe contrabass and perc polyrhythm||guitar polyrhythm||half comma mean tone||harmonics and sub harmonics with fibonacci tonescape||harp bluesy minor flute major|
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You can play any of these tunes endlessly with Fractal Tune Smithy and by varying the parameters you can make them into new tunes of your own. To find out more, see Tune Smithying.
Most of the tunes can continue endlessly (for all practical purposes). So, in these recordings, they fade out at the end of the clip.
You can send the midi versions of the tunes as musical e-cards.
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