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Making My Own Programmed Music

 
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Here's my first stab at making my own music by computer programming in Sonic Pi. I used OpenShot to combine my wav file and a jpeg to create this video.



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I played around more today and came up with a spooky sounding melody by accident

 
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I made a random beats loop, and I made a graphic for it with Processing.

 
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I'm evolving!!! I figured out some more stuff that I could do in Sonic Pi and Processing. I made an animation this time!

 
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I made what I think is a cooler science fiction and spacey theme music in Sonic Pi.

 
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I made a magical twinkling theme in Sonic Pi.

 
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I'm making even more complicated animations, now. I've made some basic shapes move around in patterns, and learned about javascript recently and made a parallel copy of my work for today in javascript and html. This is my GitHub link to view my code.

 
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