Could computers facilitate the construction of a new visual-musical language that enhances our understanding of music and art?
The 750 poly-rhythms one is basically an entry-level Electric Waves of Resistance track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-zxGYaAp0o
Hi Dom, wondering if you have worked with Cymatics at all? It seems to me you're doing something similar to that, except using rhythm rather than tone as the basis for pattern generation.
Love this Dom. What scale are you using in the 750 polyrhythm? I hear the harmonic series in there and wondered if you'd coded that in or if it is emerging from the notes combining.
I'd love to see animated versions with the sound so I can spot when I'm hearing the different star patterns in there.
It also makes me wonder if there's some fun to be had combining polyrhythms with the harmonograph, so using time as a plotting parameter instead of an axis.
Extraordinary images - beautiful to see sound visualised
Great post - I love musical visualisations, and seeing the patterns and shapes emerge like this is always fascinating!