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Paul Copeland at the sequencer

This is a picture of me in front of the Synthi 100 (photo taken in 1975) at the Conservatorium of the Melbourne University. The synthesiser was large (took up a whole room) and analogue. There were only a small number manufactured at the time. It had an 'event' sequencer which allowed you to create up to 256 unique events! Wow things have certainly changed.

Here are some midi files that I have made of music created by various 'artificial intelligence' music programs. Feel free copy these midi files, modify them and add them to your own WWW pages. Enjoy.

Microsoft Music Producer A great program for creating popular music in a vast number of styles. Sixty seven midi files are here and increasing in number all the time.
Art Song An interesting program to create music in many different styles from popular to experimental. The music is generated from images that you create.
Aleatoric Composer A powerful program allowing you to create conditional and random midi data for pitch and rhythm.

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Last updated on Wednesday 11 May 2005


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