But that, of course, didn't stop this genius composer. Mozart would throw two dice a total of 16 times in order to help him choose from his 176 measures.
All you have to do is push the Compose button, and then watch as the computer generates a new composition in the style of Mozart. Then you can play it back, save it as a MIDI file, edit it and even print it if you like.
You don't have to like classical music to have fun with this program! But it can give one a new respect for the 18th Century composers!
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