xoxos wrote:getting anything "not overtly generated" out of the resources i've seen is probably going to be a pretty full time task.. i'd suggest applying your effort directly to the result you want (eg. recording half a dozen tracks for your latest video or whatever).
there are a bunch of unmentioned vst for generating note data, et c. but it's going to take work to wrangle a bunch of sequences into something that sounds like music.
well my interest is not in proper callabale music, but more like musical landscapaes. The thing has 2 reasons. Theres been too many years since too a few bands released records that i like, and im listening music in a forceful way, already. other is that im opening a massage sessions schedule, so i wanted some background melodic nice, if not musical, sound to the sessions. I, additionally, fancied some visuals for sophistications sake, and as i said something as simple as the windchimes vst does it for me, but id like more variety than a windchimed sound, and, again, if not music, id like something with so-called musical elements in it, like percussion sounds and note scales. not lizzard scales.