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There are Variation Operators that can be included in a Tunetext string that generate different melody and harmony every time the Tunetext URL is refreshed. The Variation Operations that are available are 'anychd' (generates any possible chord type on a random root), 'anyMA' (any Major family chord on a random root), 'anymi' (any minor family chord on a random root, 'any7th' (any Dominant 7th family chord on a random root), 'anysus' (any Suspended family chord on a random root), 'anydim' (any Diminished family chord on a random root), and 'anyaug' (any Augmented family chord on a random root).

If any of these operators follow a pitch name, a chord of the specified type family is added to the score built on the specified root.

The Archivable Tunetext option preserves the last score produced by the URL so that the new music you've discovered can accurately be reproduced. That way you can listen to it over and over or share your discovery with others if you wish.

All Variation and Melodic Motion operators are removed from a varying tuntetext and a Shortest Length Tunetext is produced as a replacement.

Last update: Monday, November 1, 2010 at 2:52 AM.