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Thread Fractal music ?

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RedHerring

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1 Posted on 02/19/2004 at 16:49:09
Hey all,

Let me know what you think about fractal music. Few people know what it is and I would like to have your point of view on this subject :)

Quote: What if you took the mathematics of Chaos Theory; which is what
creates fractal graphics,
and applied those same maths to Music?
This is what we refer to as "Fractal Music"...
taking the "mathematical feedback" of fractal equations
and
rather than mapping the results to the pixels on a computer screen...
mapping the results to the many aspects
that define the sound of music.
The Results Can Be Astounding....
Since the early Greeks it has been known that many aspects
of Music are mathematical in nature
Fractals produce patterns somewhere between Order and Chaos,
Randomness and Predictability,
Much like many naturally occuring processes and structures,
Therefore - Fractal Music..........

from http://www.fractal-vibes.com

:idea: check this out too: http://www.fractalmusiclab.com/

So Ready to put some Math in your homestudio ?
revrb

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2 Posted on 02/20/2004 at 12:29:37
AHHHHHH ALGORITHMS! :shock:
tungsten_en

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3 Posted on 04/20/2004 at 02:46:47
Oh MY GOTH!!! Please mommy, don't make me study any more maths! Please please please please please pleeeeeeeeeease! :lol:
revrb

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4 Posted on 04/20/2004 at 12:23:53
:lol:


yea, i try to think of music not as math, but then again you always get turned back.......

you cant avoid it

MUSIC IS MATH!


(i think thats also a song by "the boards of canada" ) ;)
gawain_en

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5 Posted on 04/21/2004 at 10:42:50
Anyone who is interested in the scientifical approach of music should visit the website of the Ircam (Institut de recherche et coordination acoustique/ musique).

https://www.ircam.fr/
Sam Spastic

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6 Posted on 05/22/2004 at 07:51:15
Well all that Chaos Theory looks good on the computer screen. Some absolutely fabulous graphics. Haven't listened to any of it. Such an idea?!?!
revrb

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7 Posted on 05/22/2004 at 11:47:17
gah!!! there awesome links someplace in an old issue of electronic musician, to sites with free software for creating musical(& UNmusical?) algorithms out of ANYTHING...for ANYTHING.....im gonna find it..... 8)
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