This study of random music deals with the matter of timing. This random number values were fed into the metronomes of my patches. The values are linked to each other and be divided from each other many times. The Random music arises here about the different speeds.
The first part of the patch is responsible for the Melody. Tones are generated from the pentatonic scale, in keeping the chords of part two. Part 2 builds on the circle of fifths (limited to the C / Am-scale). Added are the major 7 and minor 7 for a jazzy sound. The Bass (Part 3) generated in a similar way the melody, but it is limited to fifths and thirds of the key of C major. The drum has four independently functioning programs. Bass drum, snare, hi-hat and claps are controlled by different tempos and switches between triplet beats, eighth, sixteenth, and 4/4. This construct is my first tutorial to random music. The following patch controls various instruments of Rj library.

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