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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
The basic sloth canons in Tune smithy are based on a seed phrase that generates the entire tune. For more about this see Sloth Canons and Seeds and Fractals
These tunes use the Reflect or Invert Seed (Ctrl + 29) and Rearrange seed notes & Add to seed (Ctrl + 30) windows in Tune Smithy to make a tune based on the sloth canon idea - but the seed phrase changes in various ways as the tune progresses. This makes a more complex type of tune. You may notice that musical phrases used in these tunes reflect, invert, or change in other ways as the tune progresses.
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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.
|bird calls with Afro Carribean percussion [4 mins]||changing rhythm 2 3 2 7o8 rhythm [4 mins]||comma clouds [4 mins]||comma clouds fast [4 mins]||contrabass solo in six eight [4 mins]|
|evolving melody for bass recorder - kalimba [4 mins]||exp [4 mins]||Meeting of East and West [4 mins]||mobile in sine warped seven equal [4 mins]||oboe and Rhodes piano permutations in 17 tone major [4 mins]|
|Pythag diatonic tune [4 mins]||square steps to 36o13 [4 mins]||transforming major chord [4 mins]||treadmill - auto ground seed at layer [4 mins]||truly noisy thoroughfare [4 mins]|
(1 minute ) (4 minutes )
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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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