MOUSE JAM v1.7 Eric Choi
Mouse Jam! lets anyone become an instant musician! Moving the mouse around
the screen will make the notes go faster, or start going higher or lower.
Once you get the hang of it, you could be creating great music!
Here are some tips:
Move the mouse around in circles around the middle line in the same patern.
This results in a neat little cadenza like rif.
If you leave the mouse on the middle line, that note will repeat itself.
You can still move up or down to change the speed. Good for dramatic lulls
in the music.
If you're feeling really spastic, shake the mouse around. This usually
yields interesting results.
If your computer is near a piano or keyboard, have a friend play the
bottom part of 'Heart & Soul.' They go together pretty well.
If you have a jazz or rock musician as a friend, have them play
C chords, or a 1,4,5 pattern in C. They'll know what you mean.
Well, that's about it. If you have any questions or comments, please write
me at the below address. If you would like to obtain a contributor version,
please send a donation of $5 or more to the below address.
The contributor version has many more features. You can record & playback
your sessions, and create BASIC source code that will play your session so that
you can compile it or add it into your own programs. Also, there will be more
note controlling functions, such as a repeat button, GP button (grand pause),
etc. Hopefully, one day I'll add MIDI support.
If you have any comments, questions, on contributions, please send them to:
14 Birchwood Terrace
Nanuet, New York 10954
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