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Sonicbyte
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Just to share a ted talk I saw today, it’s a very interesting concept…

Take a look

http://www.ted.com/talks/scott_rickard_the_beautiful_math_behind_the_ugliest_music.html
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TimMcMorris
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Just watched – interesting indeed :)

Will try to incorporate into my next release haha (not really)

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Skanoir
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Well… very interesting! That free-repetition music really sucks! :D Thinking about it my music is really based on repetions…

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joesacco
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Brian Eno could sell a million copies of something like that…

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guitarjock
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I thought that some of Pink Folyd’s early albums did this…..just joking. I do know that Pink Floyd once lost a copyright infringement case because the judge stated something like “what you create is not considered music. Therefore, you don’t have a case.”

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NenadSimic
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Well I enjoyed 8:13-8:17 …. sounds like an audio logo hah.

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bluelagoon
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Wow, that dude really put some passion into playing the music.

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PhilLarson
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Gotta love TED talks.

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robGD
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Went over and was sidetracked by the Bobby Mcferrin vid. Love how he got the audience to follow his pentatonic scale.

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