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How do I get generative music on my desktop?
November 7, 2008
I've recently started digging
. Are there any (awesome) generative music applications like this for when I'm using OSX or Linux, and don't want to listen to my phone or compose my own?
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There are some websites that do this.
I know you mentioned for non-iPhones, but did you try "Bloom"?
I couldn't get RjDj to run. Just quits every time. First time it gave me a warning I had to have headphones plugged in, but since won't even launch. Haven't tried trouble shooting it yet.
I used to have a list of these, but most were web based. You should try versiontracker.com as well.
on November 7, 2008
Well, as it turns out RjDj is a portable (and minimalist) frontend to
. So you should be able to run the scenes on a computer. However, if they rely on accelerometer or touchscreen data you'll probably have to modify them. Not sure how much of a hacker you are. In any case,
a post on Makezine
explains it all.
Suddenly I'm a lot more interested in learning PureData.
on November 7, 2008 [
Wouldn't RjDj run under the iPhone emulator as part of the OS X iPhone dev environment?
But, yeah, the PureData find O9scar mentions is probably what you're looking for.
on November 8, 2008
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