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Click on the name for the mp3 (rendered to audio with the Roland Sound Canvas).
Intro - About this type of tune - mp3s and midi clips - To find out more
These mp3s were rendered to audio with the Roland Sound Canvas. It has sounds similar to those on the wave table soundcards you get on many computers nowadays.
You can DOWNLOAD your free trial of Tune Smithy to play any of these tunes endlessly - and by varying the parameters you can make them into new tunes of your own. To find out more, see Play & Create Tunes as intricate as Snowflakes - First steps.up - top
Hocketting refers to the practice of throwing a melody about from part to part in the middle of a phrase or tune. The fractal tune Calling to each other across the valley would be a good example. This is a term originating in Medieval music. The name probably comes from the latin ochetus = hiccup.
In Tune Smithy, these tunes use the (Ctrl + 9) configured in the window (Ctrl + 52) to pass the tunes for each part to the other parts. That's one way to achieve hocketting in Tune Smithy. One of the other options in this menu can also be used for hocketting - the optionin the menu for the Parts window
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For the midi clips, click on the red or blue notes below. Or click on the name below for the mp3 again.
|african jungle [4 mins]||any day now [4 mins]||astonishment [4 mins]||bagpipe and marimba [4 mins]||Basson solo with harp celesta and glockenspiel [4 mins]|
|birdsong rhythm bluesy minor chord [4 mins]||calling to each other across the valley [4 mins]||comma clouds tune [4 mins]||Elven Riders [4 mins]||familiar territory [4 mins]|
|flute and harp chords - custom voice polyphony [4 mins]||Fractal tune with beat [4 mins]||Getting ones bearings [4 mins]||holiday time [4 mins]||in the countryside [4 mins]|
|Japanese thirteen limit ensemble [4 mins]||kalimba bongo [4 mins]||merry dance [4 mins]||minor chords and diminished seventh [4 mins]||Musical Construction Site [4 mins]|
|mysterious wood [4 mins]||percussion medley [4 mins]||percussion medley with 15 tET brass [4 mins]||perpetual mobile for rhodes piano electric guitar cello and shakuhachi [4 mins]||Pygmies in the Jungle [4 mins]|
|recorder oboe steel drums and lots of trills [4 mins]||square numbers scale steps [4 mins]||thai mode 2 [4 mins]||The old water wheel [4 mins]||To cheer you up! [4 mins]|
|twenty four square steps to an octave [4 mins]|
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Most of the tunes can continue endlessly (for all practical purposes). So, in these recordings, they fade out at the end of the clip.
To find out more, see Tune Smithying.
* Note, some of these clips may not play correctly in your web player, especially if you use Quicktime - seems to be some sort of an issue to do with the exceedingly short notes in them. You may get stuck notes or notes left out altogether They play fine normally on soundcards and synths, and play fine in real time in Tune Smithy. It's mainly an issue with the quicktime embedded player.
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