I’m back to the topic of networks in transformational music theory (continuing this post), after the last post about wreath … More

# Category: Math & Music

# Two rhythmic canons

I recently made two renditions of some rhythmic canons modulo 2, which I’ve posted on Youtube, and I’d like to … More

# Transformational Music Theory (17)

In this post, I will go back to traditional group-based transformational approaches and introduce the work of Julian Hook on … More

# Composing with automorphisms: the code

Quick follow-up on this post about composing with automorphisms in the ‘Cube Dance’ graph. I’m putting here the Python code I … More

# Composing with automorphisms

Can you compose with automorphisms ? Well, this is a question which is very vague, so let me be more … More

# Music, graphs, and hamiltonian cycles (2)

In the last posts, we have seen many examples of musical graphs wherein vertices are labelled with chords, and edges … More

# Networks in transformational music theory (4)

I’m going to continue the thread on musical networks and transformational music theory (last post here) and at the same … More

# Transformational Music Theory (16)

The graph below is called the “Cube Dance”, as introduced by Douthett and Steinbach in 1998 Douthett, J., Steinbach, P. … More

# MCM 2019 Conference

I participated in June to the Mathematics and Computation in Music (MCM) 2019 conference, of which this post is a … More

# Networks in transformational music theory (3)

We continue with musical networks of musical objects and their transformations, and this time we are going to explore how … More