Syntonic Randomizer is a powerful random music generator which adheres to music theory principles and user specified constraints. Unlike other random music generators, Syntonic Randomizer uses an advanced, theory-centric algorithm to ensure that all sequences are well structured and coherant.
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> “A work of musical art that shows the power of music theory and its ability to
> make music really interesting.”
> (Tibor Serry)
> “A music generation app that doesn’t suck”
> (Geoffrey McGonagle)
> “An excellent and innovative app”
> (Chris Schläger)
> “synthtype-style programming”
> (Paul Ibbotson)
> “An excellent randomizer that uses theory to do a fantastic job”
> (Daniel Wade)
> “If you were looking for a new and different way to play around with music,
> this is the app for you.”
> (Tom Park)
This app uses a newly invented, advanced music theory algorithm to generate random
sequences which adhere to music theory. The algorithm is strictly “synchronic”.
Some of the constraints include:
> The harmonization of triads
> The minimization of major-mode relationships (use of mode relationships in
> the creation of new chords)
> The maximization of minor-mode relationships (avoiding the use of major-mode
> relationships)
> The conformity of musical intervals to the corresponding musical ratios (vide
> “Tension/Density/Consonance” concept)
> The avoidance of using the same set of chords (vide the “Least Chord”
> principle)
> The minimization of the use of specific chords (vide the “Least Chord”
> principle)
The other constraints are either “self-explanatory” or can be found in the
Each algorithm in Syntonic Randomizer is compatible with the theory explained
in each chapter of my book:
Music Theory For Musicians:

I would like to extend my thanks to the readers, users, and developers of
Synthtype for their invaluable input!
What’s new in Syntonic Randomizer Version 1.3
> v1.3
> * Added control-panel for usage information.
> * Added support for proper orientation in the player. (When playing
> in landscape, the GUI will not repaint until the page is rotated back to
> portrait).
> * The player now has a window that shows the current chart

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– Create a random music sequence based on music theory principles and constraints.
– Use a graphical, step-by-step MIDI sequence editor to create new sequences, edit existing sequences, and design powerful rules to be used in conjunction with the theory-based algorithm.
– Create random sequences between 0 and 1 second long with music keys that can be set to any desired amount of beats per minute.
– Create sequences with only one repeat (per each sequence), sequences of unlimited repeats, and sequences which can be played in any order.
– Create random sequences with a specific tempo, key, and instrument range.
– Design powerful rules for randomization within MIDI sequences.
– Use the step-by-step editor to edit any MIDI sequence and record and play out sequences directly.
– Use control over the randomization algorithm to control the variance, entropy, and general randomization of sequences.
– Include any number of simultaneous tracks in any sequence.
– Generate music in any number of different scales.
– Synchronize all tracks to the same sequence by using a sequence number.
– Change the tempo, key, and instrument range for each track at will.
– Automatically synchronize sequences to a particular tempo and key.
– Set up to three automation channels for each track to automatically control a specific parameter of the track.
– Take control of the randomization of notes for each track to select which notes will be random or specific.
– Create music with all of these unique features and many more.
– Synchronize multiple sequences together to create a single music track.
– Export and import sequences.
– Export sequences to MIDI files.
– Use a text-based JSON serializer to create random sequences from the command line.
– Use a custom MIDI synthesizer to play random sequences directly.
– Play randomly generated sequences from MIDI files.
– Optimize sequences by using pre-recorded MIDI patterns.
– Save sequences by storing MIDI files or by using the synchronizer to export to text files.
– Export sequences in JSON format for easy parsing in other programs.
– Use a sequence number to play back sequences.
– Choose between 0 and 1 second sequences and play from the beginning or play a sequence in any order.
– Use a sequence number to play back sequences.
– Play back a specific number of beats per minute.
– Record MIDI files directly from the randomizer.
– Include any number of simultaneous tracks.
– Use the

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Syntonic Randomizer is a powerful music generator which adheres to music theory principles and user specified constraints. Unlike other random music generators, Syntonic Randomizer uses an advanced, theory-centric algorithm to ensure that all sequences are well structured and coherant.
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This is an extremely sophisticated random music generator, which is the only one that conforms to music theory.

Syntonic Randomizer was created for people who want to compose music using well structured,

well thought out and coherant music. It can also be used by people who want a powerful random music generator for composing music according to musical theory, which means that the more experience you have with music theory, the more the algorithm will understand and reward you with professionally crafted music.

I’m going to try to do a better job of explaining what this program is all about.

The first thing you need to do is to specify your style of music. This will be done on the theme page. You need to specify how you want the sequence of the music to be structured. This means that you must define the constraints, tempo and number of instruments that you want in your music. For example, you could specify that your music is going to be a solo piano concerto. This means that you want to define the length of the piece, the key of the piece, the tempo and the number of instruments that are used.

When you are done with that, you can create a new thread in the music forum and upload a WAV file containing the sequence of your music. This will trigger the program to generate your sequence of music. Once you have created the file, be sure to download it.

Please note that I have a music policy that says that my content is only available to registered users. This is to prevent people from downloading WAV files. However, you can use the download button to download a MIDI file that I have created.

This process is very tedious and could take days or weeks. So if you are a beginner and don’t have much experience with music theory, this program may be a bit of a challenge. However, if you are willing to put in the time and effort to use the program, it’s well worth it.

Note that if you use this program to compose a song, you can then use the sequence to save that song as a MIDI file.

If you have any questions, feel free to ask them in the forums. It is also good to have your sequence of music checked by somebody who is familiar with music theory.

Very useful for a beginner in composition or any sort of music. It seems to have some flaws in its basics, and I think that will be fixed in the future. It does not generate something that is completely random, but more or less educated on the computer’s own rules (and human ones). It may be better to have a better implemented algorithm and then after that the “randomize” stage, which I do not fully understand, but I think that it can be improved.

Just like an educated human composer would write his own concerto, that I am sure.

This program is a very powerful music

System Requirements For Syntonic Randomizer:

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OS: Windows 10 64 bit.
Single Core CPU or Dual Core CPU, 2.5 GHz or faster (AMD) / 3.0 GHz or faster (Intel)
Windows 7 64 bit.
Video Card: DirectX 11 (8.1) or higher (AMD) / Direct3D 11 (8.1) or higher (Intel)
Windows 7 or Windows 8 (64 bit) or Windows 10 64 bit.
Storage: 6 GB RAM