|- On this page are three examples that show
the potential for DM-D applied to different musical styles: Baroque,
Classical, Romantic, Contemporary (recreation of a piano study by
Ligeti). We recommend downloading all the files in each instance.
to make changes and evaluate how they affect the outcome. To do this,
the files must be copied to the DM-D Working Folder.
Finale has been
used as editor of music examples. So, sequences and harmony files
in this format are included. However, they can be handled with other
editors (such as
Sibelius or freeware MuseScore) through
- The scores shown in the examples are those produced by the program,
with no modification or arrangement. As described in other
sections, the output is in
MidiFile format. This means that,
although the sound is right, when displaying the score in an editor the
accidentals can mistakenly appear changing flats by sharps, and vice
- You should also bear in mind that, if you perform the examples execution
with DM-D, the result will be very similar but not identical to
that shown in them. This is because Composer programming includes random
values, which vary each time you run DM-D.