Making Music With Dice

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So much of music theory revolves around rigid structures and carefully measured choices, but sometimes, you have to just leave it all up to luck. Randomly composed music, also called Chance Composition, Aleatoric Music, or Indeterminate Music, is the practice of letting dice (or other random elements) make your musical decisions for you. There's lots of ways to do it, from randomly-composed melodies to leaving important decisions up to players at the time of the show, making each performance a brand new song!

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