audio => harmony

harmonypartition can harmonically analyze audio files by dynamically seeking and organizing tonal continuities. In a great many musical cases, these continuities take the form of familiar keys and chords. example: vi-ii-V-I Here, for example, is a vi-ii-V-I progression in C major, generated from fourier analysis of a .wav file: Here is the same progression, analyzed […]

a new direction

The power of electronic music – even the most dedicated analogue instrumentalist must admit – is beyond question. Though they do not cover the same musical ground as a finger on a string or breath in a column of air, the filters, echoes, synthesizers, and effects applied to waveforms in electronic music have enormous effect. […]