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    The Molecular Music Box: how simple rules can lead to rich patterns

    Not my video but definitely worth watching.

    I'm wondering - how hard would it be to do this in Numerology?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Z8CuAC_-bg

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    hey thats really interesting.

    I reckon this would make a good 'challenge' for Numerology.

    I think I could get pretty close with a subtle change of the rules,
    which may or may not have a musical impact. i.e. it would sound different but I think could still be musical.

    anyone think they can do it without altering the rules ?

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    • #3
      Originally posted by sambo View Post
      The Molecular Music Box: how simple rules can lead to rich patterns

      Not my video but definitely worth watching.

      I'm wondering - how hard would it be to do this in Numerology?

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Z8CuAC_-bg
      It should be possible -- with a few tweaks to fit into the Numerology way of doing things. I'm busy with a surprise, but if I don't see any volunteers in a week or so, I'll give it a go...

      Jim

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jim View Post
        It should be possible -- with a few tweaks to fit into the Numerology way of doing things. I'm busy with a surprise, but if I don't see any volunteers in a week or so, I'll give it a go...

        Jim
        Well I suppose you'd need to find a way of being able to "overdub" in a mononote, or else generate a new mononote sequencer at every loop increment (Occam's Razor is pretty blunted by my last affirmation :-/ )

        Paul

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        • #5
          Originally posted by jim View Post
          It should be possible -- with a few tweaks to fit into the Numerology way of doing things. I'm busy with a surprise, but if I don't see any volunteers in a week or so, I'll give it a go...

          Jim
          did you ever get to try this?

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          • #6
            That would be something I would love to hear and see and modify it

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            • #7
              I've been thinking about this for the last couple of days, and I just don't see how you could do it without (as Uncle GroOve suggests) either overdubbing or finding some way to spawn a new mononote sequencer. Since Jim immediately seemed to think it was possible to implement this, I assume we're both thinking of it the wrong way.

              Sounds like everyone's busy, but I'd be willing to take a crack at it if someone can give me a hint!

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              • #8
                how does one play the other note after the previous one's predetermined length has elapsed?

                EDT: kinda stuck on this one been trying for a few hours.
                Last edited by Konfront; 03-18-2017, 03:10 PM.

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