Transition Matrix This algorithm uses probability to transition from one state to another. First, enter numbers between 0-88 in the current state column. The 0-88 range is in reference to keyboard pitch values. Then complete the rest of the matrix with numbers 0-100 representing the probability of moving from a current state to the next state. At B enter the starting value from the current states column. At C enter the number of times (calculations) to transition from one state to another. learn more A.   Fill in the transition matrix below. B.   Current State Starting Point C.   Number of Calculations
 Next, normalize the algorithm's output by selecting from the options on the right. The values you derive will represent the pitch of each note. Move to Step 3 after making your choices. learn more keyboard Scaling: Use values from to perform division operation perform modulo operation learn more Modification: Convert each to a Reverse Invert learn more ALGORITHM OUTPUT VALUES DERIVED PITCH VALUES
 Now choose the duration of each note. You can either use uniform durations, or you can normalize the algorithm's output, as you did in Step 2. Proceed to Step 4 when done. learn more Use a 0 1 2 3 4 5 for the duration of each note learn more Scaling: Use values from to perform division operation perform modulo operation learn more Modification: Convert each to a Reverse Invert learn more ALGORITHM OUTPUT VALUES DERIVED DURATION VALUES
 Click the Play button to listen to the notes with a MIDI player, or click Save MIDI to download a MIDI file, or click the Notate button to see the notes in sheet-music form. learn more