All compositions copyright ©1999... 2002 Juan Luis Martínez.
These basic examples were created with sevaral freeware fractal music genertors, mainly Musinum, Mandelbrot Music, and LMUSe (for more information visit the Software section). The files are available in 128 and 64 kbps MP3 format (the former is highly recommended), although the original files were recorded as MIDI files.
“Star Names” was part of the “Automated Compositions” series. It isn't fractal music in essence, but randomly produced music generated with predefined parameters and styles, using the Automated Composing System, (Tetsuji Katsuda's Music Laboratory). Some styles were modified to produce the beta version of this file, and later post processed with several freeware MIDI editors and sequencers to get the results you should expect to hear. The sample is only available as 128 kbps mp3 file.
If you really want to hear what true fractal music is, click the links below. I personally recommend Phil Thompson, which I think is the best fractal musician. Also look for Forrest Fang and some others.
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