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Re: randomness

Krispen Hartung schrieb:
> Heck, someone (not me, but a real max guru) could write a patch that 
> forced you to play non-diatonicially, by analying the frequencies of 
> your input and shutting you down if they followed a particular diatonic 
> pattern - scales, etc. That would be hilarious...a max mentor patch to 
> train someone how not to play inside. You get rated and scored based on 
> what you play.

I'd not shut you down, but retune it to a even more avoidable note 
randomly, you'd gain points if you repeat that note to make it right, 
you'd loose the points again if you play that note more than 3 times in 
a given period... If you gain enough points, you will be retuned to a 
gigantic chord representing the score. If you play too good, the 
computer will jealously take over and play by itself ignoring whatever 
you put in...

Just dreaming new pieces...


Stefan Tiedje------------x-------
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