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Melodic Fractal Music

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Uploaded on Aug 22, 2009

A song I made "fracturing" off a A to C repetition into halves. So starts with whole notes, then half notes, then quarter, then 8th, 16th, 32nd, and then 64th. The notes also have velocity changes for every 4 notes. The velocity is at 100 for the first 4, 75 for the second 4, 125 for the 3rd, and back to 75, then it repeats. In the second half of the song the melody mimics this where A and C branches out in a similar pattern of, going A B C B, with C D E D interlaced. So A C B D C E B D. The video is one that I found of a computer zooming ridiculously deep into the graphed out equation z=z^2+c which goes into infinity. This is fractal geometry.

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