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Speedy Composer – Artificial Neural Network Melody Composer.

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Speedy Composer is a composition software that makes use of artificial neural networks to compose melodies. Using Speedy Composer you can create an infinite number of royalty free compositions that you can use in your own projects, share with friends, or just listen for your enjoyment, all for free!
Speedy Composer generates compositions complete with melodies and accompaniment, which you can download as MIDI files or MP3 files.
The melodies will be composed according to the chord progression selected by you. You can choose from a number of chord progressions available.

Before you can use Speedy Composer, you need to register to Speedy Net, or log-in if you already have a Speedy Net account.
The melodies you compose will be saved to your personal folders on Speedy Composer, and if you want you can make your compositions public and share them with your friends.

Have fun creating music with Speedy Composer!

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Science/Research, Developers, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

MATLAB, C++, C, PHP, JavaScript, Java

Registered

2002-07-05

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