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I’m a French data scientist, exploring the relations between mathematics and music on my free time, among other things. This blog is mainly for random thoughts about music and math, science and sometimes legos… You can contact me at [alpofblog[#]free.fr] (remove and replace the necessary characters).

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Readers are welcome to link to parts of this blog (for example a single article), given an appropriate reference or citation is provided. If you wish to copy larger amounts of information from this blog (for example, series of articles), please contact me about it first. All the lego rendering pictures present on this blog are copyright and may not be reproduced without permission.

7 comments

  1. Hi Alexandre, Its Vish from the Ugly Bass Face blog.

    I’m starting a group on Facebook dedicated to bass & music theory blogs and wanted to invite you to join. You can post links to your blog (especially to individual entries, even historical ones) on it to both generate traffic to your site and to share information with the world-at-large (at least as it exists on FB).

    If you’re interested in joining it, its a public group. You can find it by searching for “Bass blogs” on Facebook or by using this link:

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1655741798043985/

    I’ll begin advertising it in the next few days, after I’ve invited more bass & music bloggers to join it.

    Take care!

  2. Hello Vish,

    Thank you for the invitation. This blog may be a bit too theoretical for your group, but I’ll post some links if I write about applications.

    Alex

  3. I hope to have a wide range of readers over time, so you’re more than welcome to contribute any esoteric theory posts that you write. My aim is for us all to gain readership and for readers to have interesting material to enjoy.

  4. Hello,

    You can contact me at the following address: alpofblog#free.fr
    (Replace the hashtag by the appropriate sign)

  5. Subscribing for regular updates – this is a fantastic resource.

    While I don’t know enough to be sure it’s at all relevant to your field, I am planning a pet project of attempting to transcribe electron orbitals into music.

    Hopefully your work here will help with that!

    Alex McCall

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