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Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

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KVRAF
 
3524 posts since 16 Dec, 2002, from over there

Postby VariKusBrainZ; Mon May 26, 2014 11:20 am Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

aMUSEd wrote:http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~cema/nodal/

http://www.geosonix.com/top/

http://www.iannix.org

http://uisoftware.com/XX/


Is Geosonix a development branch of Iannix?
KVRAF
 
3977 posts since 3 Jul, 2012
 

Postby V0RT3X; Mon May 26, 2014 11:22 am Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

Nodal is actually pretty handy for creating beats. I keep forgetting to buy a copy of the full version when i got money.

Noatikl is also pretty good. http://www.intermorphic.com/ (There is a AU/VST version)
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KVRAF
 
4586 posts since 11 Feb, 2005, from Bordeaux France

Postby stanlea; Mon May 26, 2014 12:31 pm Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

VariKusBrainZ wrote:
aMUSEd wrote:http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~cema/nodal/

http://www.geosonix.com/top/

http://www.iannix.org

http://uisoftware.com/XX/


Is Geosonix a development branch of Iannix?


GeoSonix was forked in 2011 from open source project IanniX. Since then GeoSonix has added many features taking it in the direction of slightly more "mainstream" music.
You can't always get what you waaaant...
KVRist
 
246 posts since 27 May, 2012, from Vermont, USA

Postby jc_vt; Mon May 26, 2014 12:32 pm Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

Worth noting that if you buy the Mac version from the Apple Store, that is all you get. If you buy direct from Monash, same price, you get both Windows and Mac versions…..


V0RT3X wrote:Nodal is actually pretty handy for creating beats. I keep forgetting to buy a copy of the full version when i got money.

Noatikl is also pretty good. http://www.intermorphic.com/ (There is a AU/VST version)
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Postby Thomas_Pynchon; Sun Jun 01, 2014 4:11 am Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

I have Mbira Gen32 loaded as a vst in cubase 5 with its own midi channel, how do you configure playback for that? I have midi lights flashing but no sound.

http://tonecarver.wordpress.com/mbiragen/

Thanks
KVRist
 
379 posts since 23 Jun, 2007, from Findlay OH USA
 

Postby StudioDave; Sun Jun 01, 2014 4:45 am Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

Some apps I've used with Linux :

blue (Csound-based)
http://blue.kunstmusik.com/

Pure Data
http://puredata.info/

GRACE/Common Music
http://commonmusic.sourceforge.net/

OpenMusic
http://repmus.ircam.fr/openmusic/home

RtCmix
http://rtcmix.org/

stanlea already mentioned SuperCollider3 and athenaCL. There are other Csound-based environments you might find interesting, e.g. CsoundAC, CsoundQt, and AlgoScore.

Best,

dp
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Postby Thomas_Pynchon; Sun Jun 01, 2014 1:20 pm Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

Awesome, those look perfect. Will take me some time to try them all, I'm still trying to figure out how to get sound on playback from Mbira Gen32 with cubase 5, any help with that would be appreciated. Thanks!
KVRist
 
439 posts since 12 Aug, 2005

Postby ToneCarver; Sun Jun 01, 2014 3:47 pm Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

Thomas_Pynchon wrote:Awesome, those look perfect. Will take me some time to try them all, I'm still trying to figure out how to get sound on playback from Mbira Gen32 with cubase 5, any help with that would be appreciated. Thanks!

I am not familiar with Cubase, so I can't offer specific help, but MbiraGen outputs MIDI so you should route the midi output to a synth to trigger the notes that MbiraGen selects. Maybe someone with specific knowledge of Cubase can chime in with instructions to set up the MIDI routing?
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KVRian
 
827 posts since 7 Oct, 2005, from Auckland

Postby EnGee; Mon Jun 02, 2014 1:27 am Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

Thomas_Pynchon wrote:Awesome, those look perfect. Will take me some time to try them all, I'm still trying to figure out how to get sound on playback from Mbira Gen32 with cubase 5, any help with that would be appreciated. Thanks!


Insert Mbira Gen as instrument by pressing F11, then insert a synth in another track (any method of inserting). Now, you can see in the 'Midi in' of the synth a choice of Mbira Gen, choose it. Don't forget to enable 'monitor' in the synth track, now if you hit play, you will hear some sounds ;-)

btw, this apply also on other Midi tools like BlueARP ..etc.
KVRist
 
379 posts since 23 Jun, 2007, from Findlay OH USA
 

Postby StudioDave; Tue Jun 03, 2014 2:41 am Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

Btw, GRACE/Common Music and OpenMusic both support standard notation, in GRACE via the FOMUS extension, directly in OM.

Best,

dp
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10544 posts since 29 Apr, 2002, from i might peeramid
 

Postby xoxos; Tue Jun 03, 2014 4:16 pm Re: Algorithmic type Composing Programs, for Contemporay music - recommendations please

Thomas_Pynchon wrote:Awesome, those look perfect. Will take me some time to try them all, I'm still trying to figure out how to get sound on playback from Mbira Gen32 with cubase 5, any help with that would be appreciated. Thanks!


ah. if you are settling for vst in a vst host, then i can answer your enquiry. hyperion vst is foremost among my generative sequencers, there are a few others i also would select (populus, miniseries/series, circuit). there's a video for hyperion on youtube (account "atomic traveller").

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