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May 20, 2010 | 12:21 PM EDT
File Info
6.3 MB
6 min 55 sec
1.43 / 5.00

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Please contact me if you would like to use this in a project. We can discuss the details.

Rated 1.43 / 5 stars
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Author Comments

OK, so I was experimenting with some more QBasic programming with QB64. I was also experimenting with human-interface assisted music note randomization!

I used the SOUND command on the BASIC compiler so I could experiment with some potentially futuristic music that could set the standard for the 2010s! I also put some reverb on the sound output of the BASIC programming so it would sound more natural.

This song is a remix of "Raise" by Hyper Go Go in which this project's title is derived from the title and artist as it seems to have a meaning for clubbing! I also threw in the vocal cue chorus for shits and giggles!



Rated 3 / 5 stars

Schoenberg meets techno

And for me, that's not a good thing. I really can't stand his music, as is it just too out there and bizarre and doesn't really make sense to me. And that's what I'm getting here. It sounds alright, except that the background music and the front synth or whatever it is don't blend very well, at least IMO. I stuck it out and listened to the whole thing to find out where it was going, but I'm just not a fan and can't get into it when it sounds like someone is just randomly pounding on the keys, which is what Schoenberg sounds like to me.

ArmyJoe666 responds:

Well, I only recently thought to use QB64 to autoprogram a melody! I'm only a beginner at automelodious music composition!