"imitation is the sincerest form of flattery"
Have the computer generate an input melody by choosing a scale base from the drop-down menu below.
(At the moment, this part uses a much more rudimentary method than the actual "blossoming" portion.)
Start by entering the melody (or any old sequence of notes) you'd like to "blossom".
To insert a note, pick a rhythmic duration...
s e t q o h d w
... followed by a pitch value:
(click the key with a rest symbol to insert a rest instead of a note)
The box below should fill up with every note you add. If you've made a mistake, click "Delete Last Note".
Click "Play!" to run through the entire sequence of notes.
Here are some existing melodies for you to try out:
Peach Blossoms (traditional Chinese song)
J.S. Bach - Cello Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007
Fugazi - bassline from "Waiting Room"
Carly Rae Jespen - "Call Me Maybe"
"Call Me Maybe" verse only
"Call Me Maybe" prechorus only
"Call Me Maybe" chorus only
"Call Me Maybe" middle eight only
Thelonious Monk - "Rhythm-a-Ning"
"Rhythm-a-Ning" A section only
"Rhythm-a-Ning" B section only
Rodgers & Hammerstein - "Do Re Mi"
Heernt - "Locked in a Basement"
There are also a couple more in the FAQ section, but it's much more fun if you do it yourself!
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