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Free music downloads in the open standard
Ogg Vorbis format demonstrating a
Marschall Acoustics Instruments digital audio workstation and organ
emulator. All works on this page are Creative Commons
Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.5 Australia Licensed so
copy and distribute as much as you want for personal use.
examples on this page were produced with the Mk II and Mk III versions
of the workstations.
Most modern computers and digital
audio players can play Ogg Vorbis format audio "out of the box". A
variety of players for most computer platforms can be found at http://www.vorbis.com . The
multichannel .ac3 format examples are playable on many "home theatre"
systems and on platforms used to create movie soundtrack content. All
tracks are Ogg Vorbis format unless otherwise specified and intended
for download and later playback rather than real-time streaming.
Waratah Valsette by P. Held,
Londonderry Air, and Come Back Paddy Reilly to Bally James
Duff by P. French (3.5 MB)
11: One Fine Day by G.
Puccini, Medley of Gilbert and
Sullivan Operettas, and Scaramouche by F. Charrosin (9.3
17:Spanish Gypsy Dance by
P. Narro (2.8 MB)
Cakewalk from "Coin des Enfants" by Claude Debussy (2.5 MB)
are Dancing (La neige danse) from "Coin des Enfants" by Claude
Debussy (3.4 MB)
No. 1 by Erik Satie (3.0 MB)
de Lune from "Suite bergamasque" by Claude Debussy (Orch. by Maurice
Ravel) (stereo .ogg audio format file)(6.4 MB)
Clair de Lune
from "Suite bergamasque" by
Claude Debussy (Orch. by Maurice Ravel) (5.1 channel surround sound
.ac3 audio format file)(19.3 MB)
1 by Erik Satie (4.2 MB)
Sonatine Bureaucratique by Erik
Satie (4.9 MB)
to the Afternoon of a Faune by Claude Debussy
(stereo .ogg audio format
Prelude to the Afternoon of a
Faune by Claude Debussy (4 channel Quad .ac3 audio format
MAI staff are involved in various areas
of mathematical music research and development. The following
selections are examples of computer aided composition with various AI
tools together with digital audio synthesis. These selections should
be played back on good audio equipment in a quiet environment. Styles
vary drastically from selection to selection as they are proof of
by R. A. Marschall (3.5 MB)
A short, rave/trance dance
Cave Rave (radio remix) by R. A. Marschall (5.3 MB) A short, rave/trance dance item with a more prominant midrange and less sub-bass.
Hidden Leaves by R. A. Marschall (9.6 MB) A calming primitive jungle music piece in three movements.
on a Rachmaninoff Data Structure by R. A. Marschall (25.7
MB) A "conservatory" style piece for
two pianos and eight hands. In memory of Graziella N. Zeblisky
(1929-2005), pianist, painter, sculptor, artist.
of Space and Time
by R. A. Marschall (9.3 MB) A
mistake in the studio led to this curious spacy tune. 'Once I thought
I was wrong, but I was mistaken!' .
Bach Hardhouse (1.2 MB) What if J.S. Bach had been a head-banger?
'Sounds Like' Series
Need to evoke a particular mood or era for your movie, documentary, video game, or multimedia presentation?
Do you desire unique legally unencumbered music for your hotel, pub, club, casino, or restaurant?
MAI has (arguably unique) resources for creating new custom quality content in bulk, quickly and economically. No mobsters or temperamental artists to deal with, just straightforward quotes, production, and deliveries.
Any style, any era,
Suite for Strings, Op. 1 by R. A. Marschall (8.7 MB) 1770's European Classical in the style of Haydn, Mozart, et. al.
Minuet for Piano, Op. 2 by R. A. Marschall (1.9 MB) Another example in imitation of the same period of revolution in music (and other things).
Suite for Flute and Harpsichord, Op. 3 by R. A. Marschall (4.5 MB) Yet another example to prove the point.
Suite for Wind Quartet, Op. 4 by R. A. Marschall (4.5 MB) Just to beat it to death! Can I really take credit for the AI contribution? But then I built it --- we have no framework outside of speculative Sci-Fi for this, but it is here, now!
Big White Parrot by R. A. Marschall (8.3 MB) Progressive Rock of the late 1960's (based on J.S. Bach's BWV 622, BWV 772, and others) It might sound familiar, but it's not - sort of music from a parallel universe!
Big White Parrot by R. A. Marschall (20 MB)(Quad, ac3 format) Quad (four channels) was popular at the time, here it is again!
Big White Parrot, easy listening version by R. A. Marschall (7.6 MB) Remember 'easy listening', whatever did that mean? Here it is the main melody as a solo.
Pair of Dice by R. A. Marschall (4.2 MB) Jazz in the style of the late 1970's
Dice by R. A.
Marschall (8.9 MB) (Quad, ac3 format) A
little late for stylistically for quad, but still within the realm of
Piss in the Jar by R. A. Marschall (3.0 MB) A satire on 'Traditional' Irish Pub Music ;)
The examples on this page were produced with the Mk II, Mk III, and later, versions of the Marschall Acoustics Instruments Digital Audio Workstation. Earlier material produced on the original Beta Test and Mk I version can be found here (of course the later versions can do everything the earlier ones could do, are physically much smaller, and have even greater capabilities.)
We routinely work with top musicians so if you need something scored or composed in Australia give us a call.