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Every hero needs a theme song? Forget that. Every geek needs a theme song! May 10, 2007

Posted by iniquity in Music.
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Pete Townshend has been a driving force behind the evolution of rock music for decades—but his latest project is aimed at taking that expertise and using it to create a unique software program, dubbed Method, capable of “painting” a person’s musical portrait based on several types of input from each specific person. In theory, any person will be able to create a musical theme based on a voice recording, an image, and a clapped rhythm. If you’re wondering exactly how providing these elements equates to a musical theme, you’re not alone, but information on how the Lifehouse Method works is currently limited. What we do know is that the rhythms and sounds selected or created by the user are not directly utilized to create music. Instead, Method analyzes each input, and uses this analysis to create the musical selection.

Every hero needs a theme song? Forget that. Every geek needs a theme song!

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