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Uploaded
Oct 27, 2005 | 9:21 PM EDT
File Info
Song
2.3 MB
2 min 30 sec
Score
3.74 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 3.74 / 5 stars
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1,017 Plays | 255 Downloads
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Genres:
Electronic - Techno
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Author Comments

Rave style track. The main melody is actually a mathematical pattern

Reviews


secantwavesecantwave

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Amazing pattern

I'm fascinated by the pattern you used for the baseline, boosting a step by powers of two. It reminds me of the Sieve of Erastosthenes, a method for generating prime numbers, where one crosses out multiples of the numbers that still remain in the sieve instead of just the powers of two. If one applied your method to this particular sieve the results would either be bizarrely dissonant or really cool.

Sorry for getting overexcited about this, it's just that I'm a mathematician and I found your pattern fascinating. The melody was also good, if a bit repetitive, and the pattern does give the bassline an interesting harmony. Did you have to restrict it so that the number of notes was a power of two to make it come out even?

So, good song, great number-theoretic elements, super overall!



SalindrionSalindrion

Rated 5 / 5 stars

WHOA

DAm nice i gave it a 5 which made it a 4.00 well m8 nice song hope to hear more from u soon.



growlmongrowlmon

Rated 5 / 5 stars

woah!!

this is awesome!!!

ummm could u teach me how to do music like this?
do you use fruityloops or something else?
please answer. My e-mail is kang_90@hotmail.com and i have a messenger too.


H3lix responds:

If you have msn I'll add you.
I use Reason 2.0 to make my music though.
Thanks for the review!


Sebby-manSebby-man

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Cool

What is that mathematical pattern, im interested.

Great song again and very original. Piano and bass were good as usual!


H3lix responds:

I start out with a line of C's
then I add 1 step to every other note:
CDCDCDCDCDCDCDCD, then I add 1 step to every fourth, then eighth:
CDCEbCDCFCDCEbCDCF all on the minor scale. My little brother came up with it, actually.