Author: Kevin MacLeod

Sick of Fake News? Try some Fake Music!

Last time on Twitch (follow me there!), I nabbed a bunch of computer generated MIDI files from the FakeMusicGenerator.com. You can hear the final productions over at freePD.com!

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Some toe-tappin’! … Just kidding. They’re all creepy.

Shadowlands 1 – Horizon Part one of seven. Sort of an edgy-underwater feel… which isn’t common. You can feel the struggle just trying to get the sounds out. Imagine a small rhinoceros at a tea party. The image you have

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The average composer makes $4,800 per year

There is a lot of music out there. And the value of new works is going down. New pieces have an average commission of $1,800, and despite people looking for new commissions, there are less of them to be had.

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DistroKid

Setting up with a new Distributor, DistroKid. I’ve heard good things!

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SUPERCALM!!!!11!!!111!1!!!!!

Ever Mindful A different kind of relaxing piece with long but detailed harmonic complexity. I personally have a hard time with the drone-type of relaxing music. It doesn’t work for me. This one gives your mind something to think about…

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Not Yet AI Music

I’ve been playing with a computer generating music. This is my first iteration – it does one very specific thing, and it is starting to sound okay. I taught it drumming myself with some VERY simple rules. It seems to

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