Fall2007.CSCI199Homework4 History

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# a MS Word document (with name, class, assignment, date on top) describing your composition.
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# a MS Word document (with name, class, assignment, date on top) describing your composition,
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For phase 2, submit the same as above, but extended/refined for the final composition.
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For phase 2, submit the same as above, but extended/refined for the final composition. In other words, submit three different documents:
# a MS Word document (with name, class, assignment, date on top) describing your composition.
# the composition (an audio file, or MIDI file), and
# the Python code that created that audio or MIDI file
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Create a design of your composition, where you specify what types of notes, sounds, etc., you will use. Think about applications of the golden ration and fractals in setting up the "dimensions" of your music composition.
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Create a design of your composition, where you specify what types of notes, sounds, etc., you will use. Think about applications of the golden ratio and fractals in setting up the "dimensions" of your music composition. [-(For example, see Fibonacci numbers and the golden section in nature [[http://www.mcs.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/R.Knott/Fibonacci/fibnat.html | part1]] and [[http://www.mcs.surrey.ac.uk/Personal/R.Knott/Fibonacci/fibnat2.html | part2]]. There numerous other resources out there.)-]
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For this assignment feel free to extend the above definition to include jMusic notes, as demonstrated in MyFavoritemelody.py program in class. You should also use sounds manipulated as demonstrated in audioReadWrite.py. Finally, feel free to experiment with program audioDrums.py, which shows how to use sounds as jMusic notes.
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For this assignment feel free to extend the above definition to include jMusic notes, as demonstrated in [[(http://www.cs.cofc.edu/~manaris/uploads/Fall2006/)myFavoriteMelody.py]] program in class. You should also use sounds manipulated as demonstrated in [[(http://www.cs.cofc.edu/~manaris/uploads/Fall2006/)audioReadWrite.py]]. Finally, feel free to experiment with program [[(http://www.cs.cofc.edu/~manaris/uploads/Fall2006/)audioDrums.py]], which shows how to use sounds as jMusic notes.