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Rub two chords together

Composer David Luebbert    (click to list other tunes)
Submitted by David Luebbert
Posted 10/26/10; 10:32:11 PM
Msg# 5770 (top msg in thread)
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Reads 1019

Example 10-26-10
Everytime this page refreshes, the Tunetext description stored in this Tunetext button will cause a new
score to be generated and performed. Click on music to launch a Tunetext page so that you can customize
this music for your own purposes.


When this tunetext button was first created, it caused a Eb7(13) chord to be added to a tunetext score followed by a B7(b9B13) chord. Every time this page loads and anytime you refresh it, two different chords will be displayed within the button

Whenever you click on the button, two entirely new chords will be generated, each with a randomly chosen root and type, and those chords will be displayed and performed for you within a newly launched tunetext window.

If you click repeatedly on this button, you can audition many new harmonic ideas extremely quickly. If you don't like a result that comes up in these tunetext window, refresh the URL, and in a second or so later you'll have a new idea to listen to.

The tunetext for the chords: section of this button, invokes a new tunetext chord generation operator, anychd, twice in succession.

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Last update: Tuesday, October 26, 2010 at 11:03 PM.