[Expyezp] fractal self-similarities

Jose Ignacio Quevedo XMAJBSF at etb.net.co
Tue Mar 9 19:52:21 PST 2010


A este punto entonces sigo pensando que para los algoritmos geneticos, los automatas y los fractales es bueno aplicar la estocastica como arte final para parametrizar el resultado que se queire obtener musicalmente hablando, partiendo de un caos acustico y traduciendolo en estetica.


Saludos!
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De: expyezp-bounces at lists.slow.tk [expyezp-bounces at lists.slow.tk] En nombre de Juan I Reyes [juanig at Maginvent.ORG]
Enviado el: martes, 09 de marzo de 2010 04:32 p.m.
Para: expyezp-slow
Asunto: [Expyezp] fractal self-similarities

Este pensamiento me pareció relevante a varias de nuestras
conversaciones:


> The other thing that would be interesting is to explore the
> intersection between fractal self-similarities and rhythm/melody. Is
> music, and that which sounds musical "fractal" in nature, much like
> when we see something and instantly identify "tree" or "mountain" or
> "coastline" because of their fractal nature? Do we appreciate when
> music is more fractal, versus being a kind of latticework, infinite
> pattern, or just a random potpourri of sounds strung together for no
> purpose?


--* Juan

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