by Luca Blight on March 23, 2006 · 5 comments

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pi10k is a fun little flash gadget which allows you to choose up to ten notes. It will then play back those notes using the first 10,000 digits of pi.

Sit back, it’s a long little song you’re going to be hearing.

Some of my favorite progressions:

A minor Harmonic

(A B C D E F G# A B C)

This one comes out sounding like a Bach fugue or something. Makes you wonder…

D Major + 2nd

(D E F# A D E F# A D E)

Have fun.

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  • that guy

    sounds kool but theres no link

  • TooFarGone

    some of the randomness that pops out actually is pretty good inspiration…i chose a low key a few times, then random higher keys. that seems to help.

  • http://www.dadsbigplan.com .alphamonkey.

    Wow.  The Randomizer is like a Philip Glass music generator.

  • Rootberry

    Try the wholetone scale to really spice things up wink

  • http://onemilliontinytinyjesuses.com a boy backwards

    i got it to join my band!

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