Spatial representations and transformations of musical sequences

Transformations

The Beatles - Let It Be (Audio)

After a translation in a diatonic space (original version modified with Melodyne) :

After a rotation in a diatonic space (piano version) :

Next results are in MIDI format.

J.-S. Bach - Chorale BWV 256

Original :

After a translation in a diatonic space:

After an embedding of the trajectory from a chromatic space in an other one:

W.A. Mozart - Sonate pour Piano No. 16

Original :

After a translation in a diatonic space:

After a rotation in a chromatic space:

After a rotation in a diatonic space:

The Beatles - Hey Jude

Original:

After a translation in a diatonic space:

After a rotation in a diatonic space:

After a rotation in a diatonic space:

After a rotation in a chromatic space:

Softwares for musical analysis and composition

HexaChord

HexaChord page

A (quite old…) video presenting HexaChord.

Tonnetz visualisation of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” (The Beatles).

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PaperTonnetz

Bibliography related to this work

  • L. Bigo, D. Ghisi, A. Spicher, M. Andreatta, Representation of Musical Structures and Processes in Simplicial Chord Spaces, Computer Music Journal, vol. 39, n° 3, 2015, p.9-24.
  • L. Bigo, M. Andreatta, J.-L. Giavitto, O. Michel, and A. Spicher. Computation and Visualization of Musical Structures in Chord-based Simplicial Complexes (Mathematics and Computation in Music 2013 - Montreal) Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 7937 PDF
 


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