Rubicon Generative Melodies

Rubicon Generative Melodies

Generative music is a term popularized by Brian Eno in 1995 to describe music that ever-changing. Systems of chance, probabilistic sequencers and random LFOs give way to music that makes itself, as heard throughout Generative Melodies. This collection of primarily ambient loops seeks to inspire producers to explore generative processes of their own, offering different flavors of unpredictability emerging from modular synthesis and Ableton Live.

Sound design and production by Tristan Arp.

Artwork by Valeria Montero.

168 Samples

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