Making Generative Music in the Browser

My personal process

After making generative music systems on generative.fm for the better part of a year now, I’ve received numerous requests for an explanation of how I create the systems featured on the site. Rather than replying to everyone individually, I thought it would be best to explain my process here for anyone interested.

Before I do that, you should know that I work full-time as a software developer. Specifically, I’m a frontend web developer, meaning I write JavaScript code for web browsers every day. It was…

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A web developer creating audio/visual experiences both digital and not. Currently making generative music at Generative.fm.

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Alex Bainter

Alex Bainter

A web developer creating audio/visual experiences both digital and not. Currently making generative music at Generative.fm.

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