i have just read your bio, and i wonder if you could advise me?
i am looking for some generative music software. i have tried the 'ixi' software in which you just drop a folder of wav/aiff samples into it and see what it does with them. But there is no parameter control (although that can prove more interesting sometimes!)..Do you know of anything similiar, that just messes with audio.
Hey Mark. Do you happen to own Native Instruments Reaktor? That would be all you need cause there are a ton of free Reaktor Ensembles for this kind of thing in the NI user library. Probably the same is true for Max/MSP & Pluggo at Cycling '74, and those have free runtime hosts. Also at Cycling '74, you can find M2.6, which is generative (and not free), but only for MIDI as I recall.
Several others come to mind:
AnalogBox from Andy Turner (http://www.andyware.com/) lets you create
"Jambots" and has a lot of examples.
Heizenbox (http://www.kvraudio.com/get/888.html) for loop-based
hi Dennis i have just realised that you replied to my enquiry ,,,sorry for the delay in getting back to you but i didnt realise you had responded with the way these Ning messages work.
i will check out the stuff you posted
thanks for taking a look at Manifold... we applied many different custom and preset PAS's to the video clips like convex hull and rank filters. we used source effects first and applied canvass effects on top. the clips were ran through up to 8 times additively with a variety of effect combinations. the processed clips were composed together in Final Cut with layering effects.
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