Here are some algorithmic random music examples in MP3 format. All examples have been created by letting SoundHelix remote-control a MIDI software synthesizer (Propellerhead Reason) in real-time with SoundHelix' built-in MIDI sequencer, while recording this with Audacity and converting the result to MP3 format using the Lame MP3 Encoder. Note that all songs with the same record date have been created with an identical SoundHelix XML file using different random seeds.
You may use these audio examples in any way you like, but you must give credit to SoundHelix and the artist of the respective song.
|SoundHelix Song 1||T. Schürger||07/06/2009||MP3/192||<0.0.1|
|SoundHelix Song 2||T. Schürger||25/08/2009||MP3/192||<0.0.1|
|SoundHelix Song 3||T. Schürger||07/06/2009||MP3/192||<0.0.1|
|SoundHelix Song 4||T. Schürger||07/09/2009||MP3/192||<0.0.1|
|SoundHelix Song 5||T. Schürger||07/09/2009||MP3/192||<0.0.1|
|SoundHelix Song 6||T. Schürger||07/09/2009||MP3/192||<0.0.1|
|SoundHelix Song 7||T. Schürger||23/11/2009||MP3/192||<0.0.1|
|SoundHelix Song 8
Spy vs. Spy - Chill-out Acid Squeeze Mix
|SoundHelix Song 9||T. Schürger||24/05/2010||MP3/192||<0.0.1|
|SoundHelix Song 10||T. Schürger||01/11/2010||MP3/192||0.0.5|
|SoundHelix Song 11||T. Schürger||01/11/2010||MP3/192||0.0.5|
|SoundHelix Song 12||T. Schürger||04/08/2011||MP3/192||0.2|
|SoundHelix Song 13||T. Schürger||04/08/2011||MP3/192||0.2|
|SoundHelix Song 14||T. Schürger||04/08/2011||MP3/192||0.2|
|SoundHelix Song 15||T. Schürger||20/04/2013||MP3/192||0.6|
|SoundHelix Song 16||T. Schürger||20/04/2013||MP3/192||0.6|
|SoundHelix Song 17
The Stationary Ark - Low pH Arktic Clubmix
The examples 1 to 11 are the same that can be found on YouTube, but in a much better quality here. For song 8, some patterns are fixed (non-random). Here, the chords, the initial bass and the melody were "hard-coded" into the XML file to match the C64 title song of the game Spy vs. Spy 1 (compare with this video). Similarly, for song 17, some parts were fixed.
You can contribute your own songs created with SoundHelix (in MP3 format with at least 128 kBit/s). Please contact me at .
Examples on YouTube
Please check out the SoundHelix example songs available on the SoundHelix YouTube channel.
Check out the SoundHelix applet for a live demonstration of SoundHelix. This will use your standard MIDI device available on your platform. A JNLP-enabled browser and Java 6 are required to run the applet.