Generated by a 500 line Pascal program that produced a “score” or “notelist” for the DMX1000 of the Queen's University psychology department, the program works somewhat like a sequencer, the user types in a series of rhythmic and pitch values that the computer will repeat over and over. The program also features a series of subroutines that allow the user to change certain parameters over time, such as dynamics, octave placement but also sustain and type of attack used. Depending on the input data the program can produce several quite different pieces of music. MvdV
oeuvre@40420generated by litk 0.600 on Tuesday, January 11, 2011. Development: DIM.