MusiNum - The Music in the Numbers
by Lars Kindermann
(Lars Kindermann Website)

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Operating System: Win 3.1
File Size: 635K
License: Freeware (All Free software)
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System Requirements:

1MB Disk Space

Last Updated: 1999-10-19
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Software Description

The Music in the Numbers creates music from sequences of numbers, using concepts of chaos and fractals. The underlying mathematics is clearly visible but not necessary to understand at all to compose your very own, unique, royalty-free music within minutes. Praised by numerous publications like New Scientist, Discovery Channel and many radio stations as one of the easiest ways to create music for beginners and professionals.

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Musinum 2b5

We're currently using this here, and find it's a very interesting
and powerful generative tool, after a bit of getting used to the
theory behind it. However, the version here on SMM isn't at all
like the current version, available on the Musinum homepage.
It's currently in V2beta5, and this adds a lot of features that aren't
present in the V1 that's here. V2b5 does have an install bug, though;
this is detailed on the homepage along with an easy fix.

Anyway, anyone interested in creating _controllable_ generative
works should check this out. We're really pleased with this, and it
does a wonderful job of controlling external synths (not just soundcard
audio) in some neat ways.

DAC Crowell
The Aerodyne Works
Champaign, IL, USA
http://www.aerodyneworks.com

Binaural Beat ("iDose") with MusiNum

I have discovered a very unique phenomenon in MusiNum where you can create endless regenerative reverberating notes that sound a lot like iDose. It is very addictive. It can't be saved as a .min (song) file; it is a reverberation set up by just a few initial notes.

If anyone is interested, I've written it in a text and can send it.

Gary

Binaural Beat ("iDose") with MusiNum

BTW, it might help to have my e-mail addy:

schooley@mail2world.com

Gary

Re: Musinum 2b5

: We're currently using this here, and find it's a very interesting
: and powerful generative tool, after a bit of getting used to the
: theory behind it. However, the version here on SMM isn't at all
: like the current version, available on the Musinum homepage.
: It's currently in V2beta5, and this adds a lot of features that aren't
: present in the V1 that's here. V2b5 does have an install bug, though;
: this is detailed on the homepage along with an easy fix.

: Anyway, anyone interested in creating _controllable_ generative
: works should check this out. We're really pleased with this, and it
: does a wonderful job of controlling external synths (not just soundcard
: audio) in some neat ways.

: DAC Crowell
: The Aerodyne Works
: Champaign, IL, USA
: http://www.aerodyneworks.com

Re: Musinum 2b5

: We're currently using this here, and find it's a very interesting
: and powerful generative tool, after a bit of getting used to the
: theory behind it. However, the version here on SMM isn't at all
: like the current version, available on the Musinum homepage.
: It's currently in V2beta5, and this adds a lot of features that aren't
: present in the V1 that's here. V2b5 does have an install bug, though;
: this is detailed on the homepage along with an easy fix.

: Anyway, anyone interested in creating _controllable_ generative
: works should check this out. We're really pleased with this, and it
: does a wonderful job of controlling external synths (not just soundcard
: audio) in some neat ways.

: DAC Crowell
: The Aerodyne Works
: Champaign, IL, USA
: http://www.aerodyneworks.com

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