OscAlgoPi - Algorythmic music creation on a Raspberry Pi using Fluidsynth

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OscAlgoPi - Algorythmic music creation on a Raspberry Pi using Fluidsynth

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Oscillator proudly presents

OscAlgoPi

The goal of this project is to create a stand alone box that plays algorithmic music using only the Raspberry Pi with good quality audio. The machine is controlled using a web interface.

Technically the OscAlgoPi consists of a C++ engine that takes basic music parts and rearranges and permutates them using a kind of Markov chain and some good old randomization.

It is controlled by a web page that runs on a web server on the Raspberry. The web page communicates with the engine using an additional C++ program that sends signals to it.

The OscAlgoPi uses the RtMidi API to talk to Fluidsynth. The code is about 2k+ lines of C++.

This is a first version with two styles: EP (electropop) and DR (drone). The framework allows for easy expansion of styles.

Project: OscAlgoPi
Description: Algorythmic music creation on a Raspberry Pi using Fluidsynth
Author: Staffan Melin, staffan.melin@oscillator.se
License: GNU General Public License v3.0
Version: 20200730
Project site: http://www.oscillator.se/opensource

Enjoy!
MusE DAW running on Debian 10 Stable/XFCE4.
https://oscillator.se/musik

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