Melody Raisergood software for making music, even if it's oldhttps://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/index.php?act=vt1728fireball3k:https://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/index.php?act=vt1728&findpost=104<a href="https://archive.org/details/melody-raiser-1999" rel="nofollow"> https://archive.org/details/melody-raiser-1999 </a> will take you to a download of this very windows 98-y music making tool.<br /> <br /> <br /> if you want to install this thing on modern windows, open it with 7zip as an archive. i haven&#039;t been able to get it to do anything but give me a message that my windows version isn&#039;t supported, but opening the file with 7zip let me access it all104Thu, 07 Oct 2021 00:31:41 +0000Bibby:https://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/index.php?act=vt1728&findpost=1Thanks for sharing - this is quite an interesting little thing. I didn&#039;t know there were AI tools capable of generating coherent MIDIs way back in 1999!<br /> <br /> It&#039;s not necessarily the most user-friendly interface ever, though.1Sat, 09 Oct 2021 16:34:56 +0000fireball3k:https://bibbyteam.jaxboards.com/index.php?act=vt1728&findpost=104yeah, it takes some getting used to. it&#039;s easiest to use the randomize functions that come with it to make music with this, but it&#039;s reasonably powerful once you get the hang of it.<br /> <br /> the notes that are displayed (the japanese characters) when you&#039;re making a melody look like they&#039;re japanese equivalents of solfege. that is, the do-re-mi style of representing musical pitches, but just written with japanese characters.104Sat, 09 Oct 2021 17:21:15 +0000Tue, 30 Nov 2021 00:02:12 +0000