#MadeWithMagenta from the community
Community contributions were all created without the involvment of Google, using Magenta models and libraries. If you have a demo that you think belongs here, check out the community page on ways you can tell us about it!
A web-based game based on interpolations of melodies with MusicVAE. Listen to the music to find out the right order, or “sort” the song.
A creative take on a rare electronic sequencer. Uses the Magenta.js to generate drum patterns when you hit the “Improvise” button.
Creates a hypnotic soundscape of melodic loops using Magenta.js that you can play against each other to explore the latent harmonic possibilities.
Each of the four corners in this space is a little melodic pattern generated using ImprovRNN. The space is then filled in with a 2-dimensional interpolation between those four corner patterns using MusicVAE. You can listen to the patterns of your choosing by activating and deactivating different ones, experiencing the gradual morphing of patterns over the two-dimensional space.
mSynth is an application that won first place in the Outside Hacks 2017 - the official 24-hour music hackathon to the Outside Lands Music Festival in San Francisco. The team developed an artist-audience interactive experience where festival goers can collectively control Magenta’s NSynth in real-time by tilting their phones.