How it was a made:
There are three boxes, a black, a pink, and green. The black and green play music when pressed, while the pink is merely apart of the visual. There is also 3 sounds that are playing at random, which were made using Markov Chord. I set the probability of each note for 8 beats and then multiplied that by 8 to make that loop play 64 beats.
Since I have been only using wav samples, I wanted to try to play something with notes on the synth. I created a div, which is the black button, and when pressed plays plays notes at random using the Markov Chain probability.
The final part, the green button, when pressed plays 3 other wav samples from the same song I used for the pink button, which is also the same sound I used for my previous work–“Aguas de Marco” by Tom Jobim and Elis Regina.
This one is played similarly to the looped background noise. What is different about this one, is that because the notes are retriggered, the more the button is pressed, the louder the sound gets. This allows for a more unique interactive music experience than my previous work.