This is considerably, very spectacular.
Did you have to space the notes out or did you start with the piece itself like that, either way very awesome talents you've inherited.
what you hear is the song being played twice within split seconds of itself to cause a delay effect this is done by loading the midi file in 2 times then placement of a pause at the start of the track say z1/2 to facilitate the delay synth effect, lastly we keep the tracks 12 or 24 semitones (1 or 2 octaves) apart to avoid creating reds but staying in a general 3 octave range. (highs mids lows) so generally i can take what would be just a series of "normal notes" and extend the complexity of that melody exponentially. Try it out it works great for a music box have fun and good luck in your creations.
Thanks, I understood it somewhat well, accept semitones. Each time I review it I learn more. Good luck to you to. :)
well in each octave ( 1 octave) there are 12 semitones that can be transposed to and so if i go up 24 semitones that equals 2 octaves.
if you move in increments outside of 12 you take it out of key (not always a bad thing) but thats what happens. In effect you transpose the piece to another key.
there is a "free mason math trick" for the spaces to avoid reds I apply in this case and its 12 using the "magic square" equation you can learn this trick and several others here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6fedjvyRt5w
Very well, I had duties to complete, forgive my absence. I will study these concepts later if you could keep em here.
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