Artificial Intelligence (AI) evolves musical instruments you play with the mouse from small blocks of Java code that operate on numbers, each block designed to keep all numbers in range -1 to 1 if they started in that range, and combinations of these evolved codes running 44100 times per second for high quality 44.1 khz audio. You can also write the Java code into its window. Uses Javassist internal compiler on the new Java code assembled by renaming variables to overlap eachother and reordering, copying, and removing blocks of code. Listen to the recorded music in files section of sourceforge or try it for yourself. This branched into my other projects: GigaLineCompile, JSelfModify, JSoundCard, and Human AI Net as I got more into the AI and systems side of things and explored vision research as a better user interface to network minds together through the Internet. Someday I will bring it all together in a shared space on the Internet.
- evolves Java code
- internal realtime Java compiler (Javassist)
- generates 44100 audio amplitudes per second per speaker
- unzip the Jar file to get the source code
- Can evolve Java code to play sound/music or type Java code into the window in the "create musical instruments" tab. There is a simple example.
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