Music Skills A site exclusively for convergence of Music with Information Technology

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Synthetic Music - Demo

You have entered into an exciting page of Music Skills!

You know music composed in a computer with out using any acoustic musical instruments or human voice is known as Synthetic Music whereas the vocal music and music from acoustic instruments like violin, guitar etc are known as Acoustic music.

With the help of Music Information Technology, Music Skills devised a novelty in synthetic music through an adaptation of western score view of music into any kind of world music (either Indian / Carnatic/ chinese etc) .The melodies so composed in synthetic music will be a boon to acoustic music players to fetch perfection in their work while they play those melodies in turn since those melodies grip with perfect pitch standard, Tempo,tuning system and timpre.

For example the following melodies are composed in a computer without using any musical instruments. However these melodies will be improvised eventually with acoustic music and improved lyrics since we used dummy lyrics and playback singers.

Melody one: Mozart - Karnatic

Demonstrates how the structures in the western classical music can be used to compose wide appeal Indian melody using the above mentioned composing technique.

Instrumental melody involving the sonata music structures of Mozart ( K545) and the music structures of Karnatic music in the related scale for Pallavi and Charanams. Click here and listen the melody.

 

Melody Two: Madonna - Karnatic

Demonstrates how the structures in the western pop music can be used to compose wide appeal Indian melody using the above mentioned composing technique.

Instrumental melody involving the pop ‘Liveto’ music structures of Madonna and the music structures of Karnatic music in the related scale for Pallavi and Charanams. Click here and listen the melody.

 

Melody Three: Indian - Chinese

This Indian melody with Chinese structure and modern percussion reveals how music structures of one kind can be used in another kind in the new composing technique developed with sources in ancient texts. However Vocal involved just in plain notes and needs to be improvised later with appropriate gamakas with acoustic music and improved lyrics.

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Melody Four: Indian – South American Flute

This melody also reveals how music structures of one kind can be used in another kind within the new composing technique. In this case an instrumental melody involving South American Shepherd Flute structure for Indian /Carnatic music standard scales of Pallavi and Charanams.

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Melody Five: Indian Love solo Western

This melody demonstrates how Indian Film music can be composed with western structures using the above mentioned composing technique.

A solo Indian melody with western structure to be improvised later with acoustic music and improved lyrics. Click here and listen the melody.

 

Melody Six: Indian Love Duet Western

This melody directs how Indian Film love duet music can be composed with western structures using the above mentioned composing technique.

A love duet Indian melody with a more familiar western structure to be improvised later with acoustic music and improved lyrics. Click here and listen the melody.

 

Melody Seven: Semi-Classic Devotional

This melody validates how the structures in classical music can be used to compose wide appeal semi-classical using the above mentioned composing technique.

Devotional semi classical with Karnatic structure with modern bass beat to be improvised later with acoustic music. Click here and listen the melody/