The s.c.r.e.a.m. (system for the creation of random electronic adaptive music) is a project which aims to create a method by which random music can be generated. The project is being undertaken by the Orange Lunchbox Brigade, a team of two Georgia Tech engineers: Ryan R. Curtin and Chad D. Kersey.
More information about the project can be found in the following subpages:
On April 25, 2008, The Orange Lunchbox Brigade gave its final presentation on the s.c.r.e.a.m. and its development timeline. The slides used can be found here.
While the Spring 2008 semester has long since ended, development work continues on the s.c.r.e.a.m., albeit slowly and intermittently. A Trac instance has been set up for the development. Mailing lists have also been set up for project management and discussion.
Anyone interested in developing for this project should feel free to contact The Orange Lunchbox Brigade.