How it Works
When you listen to the live stream you hear continuous streaming generated music as it is created. Music that was never heard before, not recorded, but generated with algorithms moments before you hear it. The initial focus is on the piano because the piano is so versatile and beautiful. This music is ideal for listening to while working, studying, reading, relaxing, driving, cooking, drawing, painting or just listening for a hidden gem that will appear from nowhere and then quickly fade to a new song.
Our process for live streaming is to generate all aspects of the music composition of a song, live, while it is playing. Even at the start of a song it's not yet known how it will end. This composition is fed live into a meticulously modeled virtual grand piano for rendering of the notes as they are composed. In turn these notes are streamed out of our back-end processors to our music distribution server. Seconds after our music engine generates a note, you hear it. Each song is unique and carries logical natural song progression and continuity.
Our algorithms are constantly improving. We intend to routinely improve our algorithms and update configurations to keep what is heard, varied. Don't worry, we do record a number of live stream sessions and will make many hours of them available to members to always return to past configuration series.