Peter Salomonsen is creating music and software
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My hobby and passion is playing the piano and creating music from code, both for live performance and production music. I've been into music tracking on the Amiga, written my own sequencer / DAW ( frinika.com ), and now working on creating environments for writing music from code. Mainly targeting the web-browser using the latest web-audio technology with audio-worklets and webassembly.

See video-demos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv5wm4YuO4I...

Or checkout out my github repository where the project and experiments evolves:

https://github.com/petersalomonsen/javascriptmusic

Or just listen to music at:

https://soundcloud.com/psalomo

Supporting me would be a contribution to evolve new and exciting ways of creating music with computers. If you think of sheet music as a programming language for music, then imagine what could be composed using modern programming languages. I want to explore the possibilities here, and your acknowledgement and support would be of great value and inspiration.
My hobby and passion is playing the piano and creating music from code, both for live performance and production music. I've been into music tracking on the Amiga, written my own sequencer / DAW ( frinika.com ), and now working on creating environments for writing music from code. Mainly targeting the web-browser using the latest web-audio technology with audio-worklets and webassembly.

See video-demos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLv5wm4YuO4I...

Or checkout out my github repository where the project and experiments evolves:

https://github.com/petersalomonsen/javascriptmusic

Or just listen to music at:

https://soundcloud.com/psalomo

Supporting me would be a contribution to evolve new and exciting ways of creating music with computers. If you think of sheet music as a programming language for music, then imagine what could be composed using modern programming languages. I want to explore the possibilities here, and your acknowledgement and support would be of great value and inspiration.

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