Method and other tid bits....
mbailey at netsolcq.com
Thu May 10 02:43:09 CDT 2007
> I was wondering if anyone has attempted to manipulate the computer?
I've done two sittings so far, and I've got one left. I'm now thinking about what I can do get the best track possible out of the last sitting. I want to try and get a fest, exciting piece of music out of it.
So the rhythm has to be quick. You can't click a very fast rhythm with the mouse - the website just cant keep up. So I'll record my hands slapping fast against the desk.
For the picture to upload: I was thinking what would happen if I uploaded a simple black and white chessboard. I thought I'd get a simple, blockly, sound wave out of that.
Or maybe a picture of lightening would make an exciting sound?
Or maybe a picture of a fractal. I think that would give the most beautifully intricate music.
> I know there are some "non-believers" here. :-)
I'm a sceptic in that I don't believe the end result has anything in common with the sitter. But it's an interesting experiment, nonetheless.
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