Aeduo™ was concieved in late 2004 as a generative audio development tool.
Serving as essentially a sound generation applet using soothing synthesis, creative melodies and visual direction, it provides the user with an easy to use tool for being creative with a variety of sound development. The user is presented with primarily three channels of sound creation, when one of these is triggered by using either the mouse, keyboard or customised controller, a sound is generated from the library bank of sound randomly. Some of the audio is played twice, some is mixed with another sound and some is just straight forward noise.
The user can also choose to generate all three bursts simultaneously to create a unity of random audio, a whole new composition is generated by the samples. Each channel has specific types of sound that it will produce, the first one is an ambient mix of digital synthesis and presents the user with some background elegance and tunage. The second controls a few melodies, drums and basic beats fused with some effects and the third is random samples and pure effects just for fun. The ‘RDM.UNITY’ button can be activated to take three elements from each channel at the same time and they will be played together no matter what else is going on.
The result is a completely interactive way of composing and generating music and harmonic sound authorship.
I made the sounds in cubase and sonar, and imported them to flash, ignore the preloader nothing special (and pixelated font) lol...
Broadband users should be fine, dial up go and make a cup of tea or something