Generative Music Album Maker
For: iOS, macOS, Windows
Languages: English, Chinese, Japanese
Love listening to music & melodies in the ambient genre? Use mid-range Wotja Box 19 to easily generate fresh music that’s beautiful, personal & unique to you. Made live on your device, the music is not an internet stream, recording or loop. So be in the 'now', be Zen!
Wotja's success stems from many years of continuous development.
Start the all-new 'Flow Player' mode for mix-after-mix of live relaxing music. Or, with one tap, make albums of auto-generated mixes. Use Randomization Presets to change what is generated. Export the Flow mixes that you particularly love as single mix albums for later playback.
Wotja User Reviews
"Masterpiece", "the best generative software that I have ever used", "Brilliant", "Extremely musical", "Love Wotja!"
This paid-for version of Wotja V19 has a mid-range 'Box' Feature Set. It’s for those who have no need for the advanced creativity or interoperability features of the 'Pro’ Feature Set but who want to do more than is possible in either 'Wotja Go 19' or the 'Free' tier Feature Set available in the free version.
It allows up to 2 hours music play time and has full .wotjabox album edit/save/export capabilities. It allows new random mixes to be added to albums and includes a number of Randomization Presets that can be edited and saved to your own presets. These Presets allow you to change what is created, e.g. template selection, text display, visual background generation, mix durations etc.
If you have a need for a music play time that is more than 2 hours and/or want to explore the advanced creativity or interoperability features of the Wotja system then consider getting the paid-for 'Wotja Pro 19'.
Alternatively, if available, consider a Subscription version and take out a Subscription to a ’Pro' Feature Set tier. The Subscription version also includes optional 'Long Play' Subscriptions for those that need to play their own mixes in e.g. a long play music installation.
'Wotja Box 19’ will get all relevant Wotja V19 updates during the course of 2019.
Intermorphic is Tim Cole & Pete Cole - yes, just two brothers - and we have now been working together in generative music since 1990. However, without the incredible support and interest from so many over the years then we would not be where we are today with our current Apps, Engines and Content. Our thankyou list below is an ever expanding one, in no particular order, and does not include everyone (sorry to those we have missed!). We offer our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to:
- All our old friends and colleagues from SSEYO days including from the early days Jon Pettigrew, John Wilkinson, Steve Crawshaw & Chandra Modi and including from later days (1996 onwards) Jerry Leach, Paul Blampied, Jerry Swan, Nick Barefoot, Simon Robertson, Kerry-Anna Saia, Natalie Da Gama Rose, John Tenkoni and also including Jesper Bennedbaek, Wenwu Wang etc. from our Tao Group audio days (we are focusing primarily on audio and so there are way too many to list here, but they include all those who went on to work at Antix Labs!)
- Timothy Didymus and Mark Harrop, longstanding friends, colleagues and artists with incredible talent whose sublime generative music creations have, on the many occasions when times were hard, given us the much needed inspiration to press onwards.
- All customers, and most especially those who wish to continue with us as we move forward - we love you, thank you!
- Everyone who made contributions to our forums, has helped others and given feedback or who has blogged, tweeted, facebooked or otherwise written nicely about or shared content they have made with our apps and in so doing helped others to find us - we love you, thank you!
- Our outstanding beta testers for their testing efforts and everyone who has given feedback, found bugs and helped with suggestions.
- Early content creators such as David Muddyman, Andrew Garton, Paul Weir and Igor Dvorkin.
- Finally, a big thanks to Brian Eno for his support and kindness to us in the SSEYO Koan years, out of which arose his pioneering release '"Generative Music 1" with SSEYO Koan Software'.