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The Personal Website of Mark Conway Wirt
I created this site to document some random projects I've worked on over the past few years. It's mostly music and math stuff, but I may be adding other types of things soon (I have a big backlog, and sometimes writing documentation isn't as fun as doing the work).
The music tends towards the generative and algorithmic, and the math is largely aesthetic.
I am pleased to announce the release of PyTuning, a Python-based framework for the exploration of musical scales and microtonalities
Using classic Greek mathematics and modern combinatorial analysis to explore new musical scales and tunings.
After a few years of moribund langishing, a new version of MIDIUtil, a pure python library for writing muti-track MIDI files, has been released.
I've been having a lot of run playing with a BeagleBone Black these days, which is a spiffy little single-board computer. In specifications it is similar to Raspberry Pi, but it has a lot of general purpose IO pins on it; you can think of it as a marriage between the Pi and an Arduino (in fact, it has two Programmable Realtime Units -- on-board micro-controllers -- so that you can do input and output with micro-controller-accurate timings, but I haven't really played with that yet).
One of the things that I have been working on for a while is music composition in an algorithmic or generative style.
I have a site devoted to music (emergentmusics.org) which explains the models and theories behind these compositions (all of the music can be freely downloaded there). Here I will give the briefest of adumbrations; those interested can explore the work in-depth at the site.
Using a 3-D printer to really make 3-D fractals.