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I'm not 100% sure what your goals are since I see a conflict between using the tone net, which just goes off in all directions with more and more sharps/flats, and your goal of limiting/manipulating the number of sharps and flats. In conventional music the key signatures are (usually) selected so as to avoid double-flats/sharps and the use of chromatic ...


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Here's one possibility, MySong by Dan Morris and others. The technical paper there is worth a read, and its introduction has further references which will probably be worth hunting down. This system doesn't actually play along - it requires a vocal/lead line to be input first, runs an analysis to determine key and fits chords etc. then plays back. Though ...


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The short answer is: it depends upon what you mean by making the notes in the melody "fit the new chord progression". You could put any chords with a melody; but it might sound very dissonant some or all of the time! And this would: no longer produce an effect similar to the original relationship between melody and harmony (if you have already composed ...


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There is no solution that does audio and video and light. It's very, very expensive and time-consuming to pre-produce an entire show. Aside from preparation cost, you also have to factor in that all the needed equipment should be brought on tour as well. Most touring DJs cannot afford this and also cannot permit to lock down their playlist. There are a few ...


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Years ago I played around with a language called KeyKit. It represents music as phrase objects and has concepts of notes, chords plus a ton of functions for manipulating and generating music both via coding and by using built-in, simplified graphical controllers. I think that the language is fairly simple to learn. I think the guy that created it still ...


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You mention that you are really impressed with http://computoser.com/, but that you didn't know the author's techniques. Here's the underlying code (not mine) on Github: https://github.com/Glamdring/computoser



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