Mick Sussman’s avant-garde project, The Rosenberg Algorithmic Music Generator: The Complete Early Works, has reached it’s end. The project includes 365 singles (in one year). All are available for download / streaming. The complete playlist runs 22 hrs. 7 min., proving, Rosenberg’s productivity.
“Selected Works, Vol. 1”
Who is the composer? Mick Sussman (U.S.) – or his own software program, The Rosenberg Algorithmic Music Generator?
With the push of a button, Rosenberg creates a unique composition, making thousands of decisions based on a sequence of randomized processes. The titles are generated randomly as well…
The resulting compositions – mesmeric, microtonal, rhythmically intricate, seemingly purposeful and surprisingly varied – demonstrate the potential of partially automated creativity.
Rosenberg is freakishly prolific: it can crank out music as fast as a human can process it, 50 hours and counting.
The pieces on The Rosenberg Algorithmic Music Generator: Selected Works, Vol. 1 are in the same vein as the just released 365 singles. Since the CD tracks are generated after this large project, they also unveil an interesting development…
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