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Studio album by
Released2014 (2014)
GenreSymphonic, Minimalist, World, Electronic

0music is the second album produced with Melomics technology. While the first one (Iamus' album) is a compilation of contemporary pieces fully composed by Iamus, 0music compiles pieces of popular genres, composed and interpreted without any human intervention by Melomics109,[1] a computer cluster hosted at the University of Malaga. The pieces in this album, and all the production of Melomics109, is distributed under CC0 licensing, and it is available in audible and editable (MIDI) formats.

The album was launched during a one-day symposium held in Malaga on July 21, 2014.[2][3][4][5]

Track listing[edit]

1."0music 01"
File:0music 01 Melomics.mid2:10
2."0music 02"
File:0music 02 Melomics.mid3:35
3."0music 03"
File:0music 03 Melomics.mid3:50
4."0music 04"
File:0music 04 Melomics.mid4:08
5."0music 05"
File:0music 05 Melomics.mid2:32
6."0music 06"
File:0music 06 Melomics.mid2:44
7."0music 07"
File:0music 07 Melomics.mid5:11
8."0music 08"
File:0music 08 Melomics.mid2:58
9."0music 09"
File:0music 09 Melomics.mid2:33
10."0music 10"
File:0music 10 Melomics.mid2:26
11."0music 11"
File:0music 11 Melomics.mid3:25
12."0music 12"
File:0music 12 Melomics.mid6:49

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  1. ^ Ball, Philip (8 August 2014). "Artificial music: The computers that create melodies". BBC Future.
  2. ^ "0music: music after the advent of the computer-composer". Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved 2014-08-04.
  3. ^ "Los límites de la música creada por ordenadores". ABC. 21 July 2014. Retrieved 4 August 2014.
  4. ^ "Un ordenador que compone música, protagonista de simposio internacional". La Vanguardia. 18 July 2014. Retrieved 4 August 2014.
  5. ^ "Presentación de 0music". University of Malaga press. 19 July 2014.