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April 4th, 2017  | Published in Tech Notes

I was doodling around with the moodscaper app on my iPad, and I came up with this tune. There are no edits except to trim some silence at the beginning. I played it straight through using only the moodscaper app to create the various musical tones.

The app is suitable for both experienced and novice musicians. For those of us who like to play improvised music, it provides a simple, easily learned structure that’s open enough to explore in real time.

It’s the kind of environment, where if you make a mistake, it can send the music into a different direction. That chance element makes the process fun and challenging. And the unexpected turns help to keep the music from falling into a rut.

I first posted this article here at my Beepzoid website.

[updated: 4/4/17]

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