Hi, guys! I just posted a 12-tone row composition that I had to write for AP Music Theory this past school year...problem is, I've never actually done anything with atonal music before (which is why it's so bad lol). Would anyone be willing to take a look at it and tell me how to improve it? Any advice about composing atonally would be much-welcomed! :)
It has been several years since I was at university. At that time only university professors had access to mainframe computing. Things are different now. Perhaps people no longer use "Stochastic" as an adjective when speaking of composition.
In any case; Does anybody know of any software, that generates pitch sequences and implements a genetic algorithm (which is configurable) for determining sequence "fitness"? I am primarily interested in generating pitch sequences in a 12 tone vein, but the same algorithm, once developed could be run on a smaller set of pitch classes.