Arthur Jeffes’s Musical Gravitational Waves #Space #MusicMonday
We’re loving this music and the methodology used to create it! From Motherboard:
This time around, Jeffes took data from the two black holes colliding and used the audio editing software Logic to chop, stretch, and overlay his own music over the sounds. The waveforms, according to Jeffes, are like exponential curves that acquire a higher pitch as they peak. To obtain his piano lines, Jeffes took these curves and mapped them into MIDI patterns.
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