What are "ngrams"? And how do they relate to music? Well ngrams are basically groups of tokens. These groups are of a certain given size - say phrases of three words. If we consider notes as tokens we get musical ngrams! We can count the number of occurrences of each ngram phrase, and thus know how many times a given phrase is repeated. How often does Bach repeat himself, for instance?
What does the graph look like when you convert each prime to binary and plot the ones versus the zeros?
What do the fittest barycentric chords of an evolutionary generic algorithm sound like? Bary- what? Genetic what?
Tonight I became curious as to what an image would sound like when "played" one pixel at a time.
tl;dr: The play-pixels program.
Today I became curious about how much ink is needed to print each of the 26 letters of the English alphabet. Naturally I wrote a program to tell me...