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Tuesday March 4, 2008 12:45 pm

WolframTones Make Mathematical Music


Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Internet, Music, Science


WolframTonesWant to see what algorithms look like when translated into music? That is exactly what WolframTones is all about. It takes programs from Stephen Wolfram’s computations and turns them into tunes. No matter how many times you select a type of music, you will get a new permutation and mini-light show. Create rock/pop, jazz, classical, piano and other compositions and adjust pitch, time, and instrumentation. If you would like to play or find out how the phenomenon was created, check out his site.


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