Musik?
Musik?
1.1

4.4

Musik? free download for Mac

Musik?

1.1
18 June 2003

Makes QuickTime instruments generate music.

Overview

Musik? uses QuickTime musical instruments to generate music, and there's little else to say.

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5 Musik? Reviews

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Anonymous
18 June 2003

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Excellent. This should stimulate a few of us passive music industry observers even if we don't necessarily deserve it. The potential is enormous - everyone should record a little 'output' onto a CD and mail it to their most convenient Major Label A+R department.A truly subversive tool for annoying corporates - can't wait for the auto mail version!! The developer mentions Touch & Go in the read me - well that is a little unfair considering they are as impoverished by Major Label dominance as anyone. If you thought creating music (even with the simple entries afforded by today's technology) was never going to be commercially viable let alone practical, then this program gives you the chance to test your (and Musik's) taste/creative selection process and for sure you will end up with a 'composition' even if nobody likes it.. 10 mins with this app and if you know your harmonic theory and maths you will be symphonic . Developer - please provide Export to MIDI file (or Reason/Cubase/Whatever) or better still make a plug in? Seize the bloated audio space (or at least pinch a little) lovely little piece of code - an acorn
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
22 September 2003
Pretty good, but could really use some kind of recording feature or export to midi, wav, mp3, etc.
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Version 1.1
Jacques LETELLIER
18 June 2003
That is a very very nice tool or toy. I play music with Indian Bansuri and there, I enjoyed to made fun music. A great hurrah. Bansuri
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
18 June 2003
Awesome little app! Quality sounds are fun to play with. My only complaint is that there is no Export to wav, midi, or aiff. If the export feature were added, then I could use these sounds in some of the songs I've recorded.
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Version 1.1
18 June 2003
This is a blast to play with! After five minutes I had a sweet asian-tropical thing going with six or seven voices. Composers, especially soundtrack composers I would think, will love to use this to get the muse going. I wish there was some way to play these five voices for n measures, play these three for n measures, play these five for n measures, etc. Then we'd really be in business.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
18 June 2003
Excellent. This should stimulate a few of us passive music industry observers even if we don't necessarily deserve it. The potential is enormous - everyone should record a little 'output' onto a CD and mail it to their most convenient Major Label A+R department.A truly subversive tool for annoying corporates - can't wait for the auto mail version!! The developer mentions Touch & Go in the read me - well that is a little unfair considering they are as impoverished by Major Label dominance as anyone. If you thought creating music (even with the simple entries afforded by today's technology) was never going to be commercially viable let alone practical, then this program gives you the chance to test your (and Musik's) taste/creative selection process and for sure you will end up with a 'composition' even if nobody likes it.. 10 mins with this app and if you know your harmonic theory and maths you will be symphonic . Developer - please provide Export to MIDI file (or Reason/Cubase/Whatever) or better still make a plug in? Seize the bloated audio space (or at least pinch a little) lovely little piece of code - an acorn
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Version 1.1