What Pi Sounds Like

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Listen to Youtube user michaeljohnblake as he interprets Pi to 31 decimal places.

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13 Responses to What Pi Sounds Like

  1. Sounds like a bit of a racket, but it's a pretty little tune and the editing is clever. :3

    • math has been an integral part of music since before the Greeks. Bach, Mozart, Schubert, and countless composers before and after have sourced divine ratios as inspiration for the form of their music, to the CONSTRUCTION of their melodies. michaeljohnblake is adding his modern mathematical take on pi and music. Anyway if you don't like any of the above composers, what about Rush, Dreamtheater, Led Zeppelin, or the people they "stole" their music from, Blues Jazz musicians? Composition can come from other peoples work, this is adaptation. It can also be directly inspired by nature. Math is a part of nature, and so music inspired directly by Pi, has a natural beauty, different from conventional melodies.