Retro cycling video with MIDI soundtrack generated from bike computer data

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Retro cycling video with MIDI soundtrack generated from bike computer data

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This is my new template for my cycling videos. I am currently experimenting with generating a MIDI soundtrack from the bike computer data (heart rate, cadence, speed, elevation). This will give you an impression of what it could sound like.
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8dyr45

Started the project wih HiSoft Basic on MagiC-PC, but had to move to Windows. :x
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It sounds better than many works by "contemporary" music composers that have been exhibited in high schools of music.

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Re: Retro cycling video with MIDI soundtrack generated from bike computer data

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great stuff,i been doing alot of cycling lately too.
usually listen to my phone and enjoy when my speaker music..mixes with others who cross path ...creating live abstract blend
now a new approach has entered ..yours.
curious how u transfer your data to and into hisoft basic?
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