Two weeks ago, Andrew Huang (a canadian music producer), added a video on his Youtube channel, asking viewers to end a melody he started.
He ended with 147 submissions, which extracted some interesting statistics from.
Youtube user grantwoolard took 57 classical pieces, from 33 different compositor (from JS Bach to John Willams), and created this six minutes mashup, with an animated sheet music.
I'm a geek and developper, and so naturally I'm interested on Music software. And one of my preferred musical genre is Movies and Games soundracks. That's why I find this software trully amazing. It's really simple in its use, and yet can come up with amazing results in no time.
Here's a preview of what it does, and for those interested, below is a tutorial demonstrating all the features of this software . And for those really interested, you can get it for $300.
David Cope is a music theory teacher at the University of California (at Santa Cruz). He created in the 1990s advanced software to help him compose music, which gave birth to Emily Howell, an artificial intelligence able to compose music on her own.