Survival Of The Phattest

The Sonic Charge MicroTonic Patternarium generates new sounds and rhythms through the principles of evolution      07/06/10

Survival Of The Phattest


Sonic Charge have been in touch to tell us that they have created an online tool that they call The MicroTonic Patternarium. Here's what they have to say about it...
You could describe Patternarium as an online collaborative patch randomizer. It continuously generates new sounds and rhythms for MicroTonic through principles of evolution. You get to vote on whether rhythms should prosper and procreate or if they should die. Call it musical darwinism - survival of the phattest.
A new version of MicroTonic will enter its beta stage in the near future. It will support MIDI program change and drag'n'drop of patterns as MIDI files. The upgrade will be free for all registered users.
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