On Saturday 08 July 2006 19:37, Florin Andrei was like:
This is only a theory*, but the majority of music that is
considered 'harmonic' is based on whole-number ratios (2:3 -> 8:9). It makes
a great deal of musical sense to apply this (filter) to rhythmic data and/or
the randomised variations of that data. Most rhythmical information can be
broken down into single, double and triplet groups. The aural complexity of
the music is directly proportional to the complexity of the maths. It should
be up to the user to specify the allowable amount of harmonic / rhythmic
complexity. Just a thought.
* It is, however a theory that I base most of my music on. ;)
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