Finally fixed this blog’s recent comment-spam problem by adding a CAPTCHA plugin. Duh. Why didn’t I think of that before?
Anyway, my Melody Generator for the web is slowly coming along. It mainly consists of two pages. First, the "Compose Melody" page:
Above you can see all the functionality the melody generator should have. Right now, none of those options actually work, except for the “Melody name” field and the “Compose melody” button. The rest still needs to be programmed, which is what I’ll be working on for the next few weeks or so. After you hit the “Compose melody” button, the melody plays as a MIDI file at the top. If you like the melody, you can download it right away, or you can save it to your Library.
And that’s the second page, “My Library”:
The library section should be pretty self-explanatory; you can go through your list of saved melodies and download them, play them, or delete them. You’re allowed to save up to 5,000 melodies, though if you actually compose that many, you are probably somewhat insane.
After I finish programming the functionality for the melody generation options, I’ll have to program some user-settings (such as the ability to change your password). Not sure how long it’ll take, but I’ll keep the blog updated. Maybe.