This doesn't produce very compelling compositions because the markov assumption (that the currect chunk only depends on the previous chunk) is not at all valid for most music which has a more complex structure. Later versions will support more constrained HMM topologies that should make for more interesting compositions.
All about HMMs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hidden_Markov_model
Definition at line 58 of file HMMComposer.java.
|Compose an EDLFile. |
Static Public Methods
|void||main (String args)|
Static Public Attributes
|String||description = "HMMComposer uses a features file to train a simple statistical model of a song and uses it to randomly generate a new sequence of chunks. This works best when used with chunks created by the beat detector."|
Compose an EDLFile.
This is where the magic happens.
Reimplemented from composers.VQComposer.