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Category Archives: Math in Music
Solving Equations – Onion Skin Methods
Image Source: http://s3.amazonaws.com If trying to solve math equations is driving you to tears, then “The Onion Skin” methods might help make your life a bit easier. It’s like a pair of goggles that will clear everything up for you, … Continue reading
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Guitar Mathematics
Image Copyright 2012 by Passy’s World of Mathematics Here at Passy’s World we love playing guitar. What is really cool is all of the mathematics involved with this amazing instrument. In this lesson we look at the mathematics associated with … Continue reading
Posted in Math Applications, Math in Music, Math in the Real World
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Fibonacci Sequence in Music
Source: http://blog.themarkettoolbox.com To play music, we use our fingers, and the size of their joints actually forms a mathematical pattern called a “Fibonacci Sequence”. Leonardo Fibonacci, was born in the 12th century, and studied a sequence of numbers with a … Continue reading