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DJ Frankenstone– Powdered Potatoes [treetrunk 602]

All tracks created using Generative Python code by Thomas Park.

https://archive.org/details/Powdered_Potatoes

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DJ Frankenstone- Form And Function [treetrunk 601]

All tracks created using Generative Python code created by Thomas Park.

https://archive.org/details/FormAndFunction

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DJ_Iterate- Bier Be New Again [treetrunk 600]

Tracks created using generative Python code by Thomas Park.

https://archive.org/details/BierBeNewAgain

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DJ_Iterate- Most Illogical Funk [treetrunk 599]

All tracks created using Generative Python code by Thomas Park.

https://archive.org/details/MostIllogicalFunk

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DJ_Iterate- FarNA [treeetrunk 599]

All tracks recorded using generative Python-coded environments by Thomas Park.

https://archive.org/details/FarNA/

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Mystified- Dreams From A Land Before Time [treetrunk 598]

All tracks recorded using original Generative Python code. These mixes are a tribute to Robert Rich’s sound design.

https://archive.org/details/DreamsFromALandBeforeTime

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Thomas Park- Do You Believe In This Music [treetrunk 597]

All tracks created using original Python code by Thomas Park. This music is Generative/Iterative in nature, and has a very wide scope of possibilities for sound choices.

https://archive.org/details/DoYouBelieveInThisMusic

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DJ_Iterate- Funk and Bass [treetrunk 596]

All music created using original Generative code by Thomas Park.

https://archive.org/details/FunkAndBass

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DJ_Iterate- Spintech [treetrunk 595]

All tracks recorded in real Generative Python environments by Thomas Park.

https://archive.org/details/Spintech

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Thomas Park With Matthew Freeman- Songs Of Reference [treetrunk 594]

I started with some sounds from my old apartment in South City, and blended them with hip hop tones using generative composition. Then, I read aloud some poems that were written by a friend of mine, Matthew Freeman.
The poems are from his book, “Ideas Of Reference at Jesuit Hall”, copyright 2020 Coffeetown Press. Copies are still available through Coffeetown Press, Kenmore, WA.

https://archive.org/details/SongsOfReference

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