[PD] automatic music generation (was: ... a very long name)
nwerneck at cpdee.ufmg.br
Tue Sep 3 20:34:11 CEST 2002
...I'm not sure about how much information can be passed by MIDI. I'm more
used to the model in CSound, where you can pass innumerous parameters to the
instrument synthesizer. I'm thinking about using a MIDI program to generate
the music (just tone and duration...), and articulate all the other
parameters inside PD. Something simple to start, and see where it would
benefit more from additional flexibility.
On Tue, Sep 03, 2002 at 04:58:38PM +0200, marius schebella wrote:
> midi has maybe not enough possibilities to give a natural sound of an
> instrument, maybe more important than the notes is the phrasing and
> intonation, and also the sound of the midi instruments is still cheap.
> the problem is also, that if you have different effects, you would also play
> different articulation/phrasing. maybe you should make live-recordings with
> studio musicians using variating timbres and changing instruments and play
> them to the people.
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