FMusic 1.9
by David H. Singer
(David H. Singer Website)

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Operating System: Windows 2000/NT/98/95
File Size: 1.62 MB
License: Freeware (All Free software)
License Conditions:
System Requirements:

486 or higher, Windows 95 or higher
Soundcard. You will also need this program
to install the neccessary DLL files.

Last Updated: 2001-11-21
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Tags : fractal | generation | midi | music

Software Description

FMusic uses both Fractal and Cellular Automata methods to create and control the music generation, which can be saved in MIDI format. Each FMusic Project can be saved in various parameter files for later explorations.

Multitudes of parameters are at the composer's fingertips, basic instrument parameters such as pitch, pan, patch, octave, volume and key. Settings control the type of algorythm used for an instrument, define note patterns, calculate the fractal, and control the Cellular Automata engiine. Entire sections can be created and linked together recursively to build quite complex compositions.

You will be amazed at what you can create when FMusic unleashes your creativity!

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A few weeks ago, I found the Fmusic program by using archive.org's "Wayback Machine", installed it and am enjoying making weird music with it.

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