Posts Categorized: MIDI
Music Pattern Generator is updated to version 2.2 with the new Snaphots functionality. Snapshots store the current state of all processors running in the app. A snapshot can be instantly recalled, making it possible to quickly change many settings in one go.
Earlier this year Italian company Kodaly proposed a collaboration. They created the Kibo MIDI controller instrument and I enjoy making web apps for musical use. Together we will explore how the Kibo instrument and online apps can be integrated. As a first experiment I made the Kibo Keyboard app.
Music Pattern Generator is an app to create musical rhythms. It generates patterns of MIDI notes. It runs online in the browser, or can be downloaded and installed as a desktop application. This article gives an overview of the app and describes how to use it.
This is an idea for an application that generates MIDI notes from moving machine parts. Not real machines however, but software simulations. Cogs, wheels and gears that rhythmically rotate and drive each other and while doing so transmit their rotation, torque and most importantly their collisions as MIDI notes and CC messages.
Summer is at it’s end and it’s time to do some programming again. The Euclidean rhythms application I made earlier this year still has a lot of potential for new functionality, so here is the new version 1.1. The main new feature in this version is support for Open Sound Control (OSC). After the last… Read more »
In January I posted a Euclidean rhythm generator in Flash. Polyrhythms generated by a mathematical algorithm. I wanted the next version to be able to send MIDI, so I could use it with software like Ableton Live and hardware music machines like my Elektron Machinedrum. Since Flash doesn’t do MIDI I spent the last few… Read more »
As a next project I want to make a simple drum machine. Several tracks that each play a different drum sample and each track has sixteen steps. Just like a Roland 808 or the main step sequencer in FruityLoops. It’s nothing complicated but it made me think about how to store the patterns the drum… Read more »