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Desc:Producing complex sounds from very simple functions
Category:Arts, Science & Technology
Tags:music, beat, programming, monotone, needs more drums
Submitted:fluffy
Date:10/11/11
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Comment count is 12
MongoMcMichael
It's one Cookie Monster rap away from screamo.
Udderdude
This is neat. But hurts my ears badly.
UmbilicalFiend
makes me want to reinstall csound
exy
Rad
memedumpster
Your Bible code wont do this.
MrBuddy
Second one is pretty good, forth on isn't too bad, sixth is... almost musical, the rest are really bad. Also, someone should alert Collin Cunningham of Make: Magazine's blog. He likes putting random sounds into his music.
numb
That's not forth, it's C.

Bootymarch
Crystal Castles is getting a bit pretentious
StanleyPain
Actually doesn't sound to far from early Squarepusher or maybe Autechre.
Gwago
Sounds like it could break down into a Skrillex song at anytime. Pretty cool.
Syd Midnight
THE RANDOMLY GENERATED PENTATONIC MUSIC IS BEAUTIFUL

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fluffy
Stars for you.

Yes, on my own submission. Bite me.

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