Part 1 is....

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Music is Mathy

**03:20**

Math as Patternology

**04:41**

Powers of Two and the Contradance

**6:48**

Hands Four - counting the contradance on your hands

**8:44**

Jig vs Reel

**10:13**

Clapping the Numbers, 2 and 3

**13:01**

Notes are Vibrations

Speed up 100 times

Inside the ear are the people clapping

Shaped properly

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Doh A Deer

**3:49**

Create Melody with Numbers

**10:07 **

Junk

**11:05**

Perfect Bodies Pure Tones

Saturated Stimulus

Saturated Color - Pure Tone

Pure tone - Frequency

Multiplication more than addition

Melody - addition

Harmony - multiplication

Log Scale Candles in the room

14:44

misspoke, not "twice as bright" but "twice the stimulus"

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sound

going from one to ten has the same effect as going from ten to one hundred

log scale on guitar (need chart w guitar fret board along the top)

**15:29**

Example of non pure tone

BS, probably setting up the string

**16:13**

The Rope Trick

Purely shaped body like the string

Each one of these formations has a note

vibe twice as fast

**19:05**

Harmonic Ratio

1 against 2 gives us the octave

Guitar String harmonic (should mention harmonic sequence)

wiggling vocal chords

**22:29**

Three

**22:29**

Three w rope

Three w Guitar String

**24:56**

Pythagoras

**26:49**

fifth on top of fifth

**0:00**

Generating the Circle of Fifths

F# and Gb don't match 24 cents, explain cents

**3:20**

Pythagoras was a nut

explain all of music w 1,2,3

Meanwhile Zeno

**5:08**

Drawing Clocks

Circle of Fifths is a mathemusical device that reveals patterns

White keys, blacks keys

--need a list of patterns that the Circle of Fifths reveals right away (so it even explains major and minor… but we'll see later that there's another pattern that explains it better.)

Harmonic Arrangement rather than melodic,

--Here's where we could be drawing clocks

**8:40**

At the Heart of Music is a Stunning Mathematical Coincidence

Hearing Space in a Logarithmic Space

--Read up on Temperament, get the book

--Need to play just intonation, need to hear it

--get the formula right, bonehead!

**11:30**

This is where we culturally threw up our hands and said we want Jazz and Whole Tone Scales and other things that are beautiful because they are evenly spaced.

This is the coincidence that allows us to swing around the circle freely

--Super impose the just intoned circles

**15:20**

Zeno and the Fifth Harmonic

Higher numbers on the string,

4 is octave above an octave

5 is prime, so not related to any tone before it

A Fifth is based on 3 and a Third is based on 5

**18:41**

Zeno was playing the 5, Pythagoras was insisting on the 3 since it was "purer" (Although we begin by talking about pure tones, we'll see that the idea of purity can be taken too far -- an idea of purity that's not tied to our senses.)

Zeno says are ears react also to the number 5

Different way to arrange the notes

5 Limit Lattice

Pentamerous

Overtone vs Reciprocal

Sing against the drone

--- do it !?

Major Minor patterns, church modes

The Well Tempered Donut (uhooh!)

Recap:

- Clapping, counting beats
- Melody by Numbers
- Harmony
- The Rope Trick -
- Pure Vibes affect us emotionally

We react emotionally thru the way our ears react to those numbers

Culture vs Materialistic Theory

Math doesn't need to be right, as patternology math is just a way to help you detect patterns to create certain effects

Church Modes

Harmonic arrangement instead of Melodic arrangement reveals a pattern that creates an effect.

Questions