Electronic music with a human rhythm

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New product called Human Plugins by Mixed In Key is based on Max Planck and Harvard research

James Holden, electronic musician and M.A. Mathematics  Laura Lewis
James Holden, electronic musician and M.A. Mathematics Laura Lewis

Electronically generated rhythms are often perceived as too artificial. New software now allows producers to make rhythms sound more natural in computer-produced music. Research at the Max Planck Institute for Dynamics and Self-Organization and at Harvard University forms the basis for new and patented methods of electronically generated rhythms according to patterns of musicians following fractal statistical laws. The process, which produces natural-sounding rhythms, has now been licensed to Mixed In Key LLC, whose music software is used worldwide by leading music producers and internationally renowned DJs. ...

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