Recently I have been involved in the inauguration of an online record label, formed as an outlet for techno/house music of increasing complexity and decreasing speed - breaching typically club sounds into a concentrated medium to entice the meticulous home listeners and dancefloor aficionados alike.
While this may not be particularly pertinent to the Csound community, we have designed a generative medium which allows for self-assembling tracks as a release format. Using a series of automated probabilities, rules and conditions, the method relies on Csound for the presentation of the media.
This runs 'in the background' on the server, with tracks generating in up to 30 seconds depending on load. Due to the methods and limitations imposed, I would refer to this as 'generative arrangement' rather than 'generative composition' - which allows for consistently variable results over a range of source material while retaining a moderately generic code base.
The link below presents a preview of the first release, which is due for 21st May 2012. One of the 'self assembling' tracks is included which can be executed/downloaded as many times as you wish.