arpeggio... I find no broken chord here...
Complex, meaningful... to me it's a violin playing it although you seem to like the piano more. hmmm! It's more than just an arpeggio... it's an entire concerto IMHO. Sings of... Hey! Why am I dissecting it? I better just enjoy it !
a.k.a. Mielo Oyate Ota
(One of Many Nations
- Lakota Language)
Great title Luc! It really does evoke a sense of sheet music flying right off the page to create an intricate and winding melody. Beautiful colors and excellent use of the square variation too! You should consider entering it into this week's WTC (although I'm pretty certain that you won't be allowed to enter on account of winning the tube theme contest ).
As something of an amateur musician myself , I really appreciate the mathematical connection that both music and fractal art share. I'm a little surprised that this similarity isn't cited more often than it is among the Apoholics.
It seems we have a lot of things in common! I am an amateur musician too, well I should say I was, when I had more free time... I was playing keyboards and I'm still very interested in music theory (composition, harmony, ...) but also sound synthesis (here, it's more a matter of harmonics). As you say, there are strong connections between all of this and fractals, and actually, a huge part of my free time has been taken by music, sound, maths and fractals!
It seems really interesting indeed! But you shouldn't show me this kind of things too often, otherwise there is a possibility I'll completely disappear from here again! So many things to do, so little time!
Well anyway, I'll take a look at it, it seems really great!