Math with a soundtrack

There’s something about music or a soundtrack that really enhances what would otherwise be just a silent movie. So I plan to add music to my visualizations as time and inspiration allow. Here’s an example that I did a week or two back. The original movie was 24 seconds long, but now it’s been slowed down to accommodate an atmospheric soundtrack.

Hyperbolic Kaleidoscope from Peter Liepa on Vimeo.

Scoring the Boulder Dash theme

A few weeks ago I discovered noteflight.com, a website that lets you create musical scores.  I’ve always wanted to use scoring software, but never got around to it until – well you know, the price was right.

Years ago I wrote a computer game called Boulder Dash.  The music for that was composed in a very basic soundtrack editor I wrote for the Atari 800, and was never actually played on a real-world instrument.  I’ve always wanted to convert that music to a real score and hear what it would sound like on, say, the piano.

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