Iteration and music make a lot of sense, especially if you’ve read Gödel, Escher, Bach. All things repeat. So it makes sense that generative music can be made using fractals. Here’s more from CodeParade:
Making music and sound effects directly from common fractals was an idea I though of one night, so I just had to try it out to see what it would be like. The results were really interesting and actually helped me understand even more about fractals and chaos.
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