Comments about the Music in the Numbers


Somebody from stvax.math.msu.su said at 30/May/1996:12:50:20

I want create S3 or MOD. How?

Somebody from t7o9p12.telia.com said at 03/Jun/1996:12:52:25

Great program! but I would like to be able to control the velocity in some way.

Somebody from tsppp20.cac.psu.edu said at 20/Jun/1996:07:41:16

Please reboot the server!! I am very interested in your page. write me dzp8@pitt.edu

Somebody from 155.71.128.145 said at 26/Aug/1996:08:10:25

this page is shit

Somebody from 75-0.ppp.algonet.se said at 29/Sep/1996:02:18:58

Downloading. Fond of this stuff. Conny, Sweden. ccontour@algonet.se

Somebody from sl7.jadebbs.com said at 03/Oct/1996:03:12:25

This is different...Time to logoff and see what it's all about! -Andy

Somebody from router1-p12.pccp.com.ar said at 19/Oct/1996:03:08:10

Thank you for making you software available for download free! And keep on making good software!!! =)

Somebody from 206.76.138.249 said at 31/Oct/1996:21:58:51

Cool site!!!

Somebody from infovia24.bcn.grn.es said at Sun Nov 10 11:36:12 MET 1996

Nice page... I download now the MusiNum to give a try... TNX!!!

Somebody from com51.vicksburg.com said at Fri Nov 15 04:18:23 MET 1996

I've just tried tons of algorithms from other people--fractals of all sorts.
This is the only thing I've heard so far that sounded like music.  
Thanks for making this possible.

Somebody from ts3-16.comsource.net said at Sun Nov 17 04:21:58 MET 1996

it would be really swell to find a PowerMac version of MusiNum

Somebody from ts2-73.unlimited.net said at Sun Dec 29 08:32:25 MET 1996

I have been playing with MusiNum for several wweks, I LOVE it.

Somebody from 207.63.212.62 said at Fri Jan 31 17:46:27 MET 1997

This sit is really cool:-)

Somebody from 207.63.212.62 said at Fri Jan 31 17:47:15 MET 1997

This site is really cool:-)

Somebody from 195.125.174.12 said at Sat Feb 1 16:29:30 MET 1997

Hi Lars, das bin ich, der Nemo, die Sache mit dem Patent habe ich immer noch 
nicht auf die Reihe gekriegt, aber bald!

Somebody from dynamicppp-188.hip.cam.org said at Wed Feb 12 04:58:03 MET 1997

Your site and program are excellent. Keep up the good work! 
Daniel Cadieux dcadieu@cam.org I sent you a min file : dan2.min

Somebody from domist48.dominet.com.tr said at Fri Feb 14 06:46:58 MET 1997

Congrtaulations for Musinum. I truly like it. 
What about making Musinum's that control each other in a fractal hierarchy?

Somebody from 194.158.194.65 said at Fri Apr 18 01:45:24 MET DST 1997

Please! Make more quickly new version.

Somebody from nijmegen04.pop.tip.nl said at Thu May 1 03:32:48 MET DST 1997

I have downloaded musinum and it's realy great!
Check out: my samples
Willem.

Somebody from pppbced.pppp.ap.so-net.or.jp said at Sat May 10 05:19:39 MET DST 1997

musinum is very interesting
i wait eagrly for next version

Somebody from 196-31-82-248.iafrica.com said at Thu Jun 19 14:03:52 MET DST 1997

this page is most brilliant!!! abosultely incredible,
well-done, superb excelent!!!!!!!!!!!!

Somebody from t8o28p2.telia.com said at Sun Jun 29 23:05:32 MET DST 1997

This page rattled my bones!!!

Somebody from tnt2-cdf2c962.kc.sound.net said at Sat Jul 12 07:24:17 MET DST 1997

This page is great.  I'll be stopping back to play with your numbers.  
Unfortunately, you don't seem to have a mac version, so I can't use your software.  
Love your page, though.  Great idea.

Somebody from dul.064.pool.dircon.co.uk said at Sat Aug 02 10:46:11 MET DST

Excellent - MusiNum is the first fractal music-based program
I≥ve seen that is actually usable: no entering huge lists of
numbers or trying to get a DOS program to work with an
AWE64 and the results are terrific. There≥s a strange
relentless feel to your music...

look forwards to 2.0b1 which I≥m downloading.

Alastair Scott amscott@poboxes.com

Somebody from 208.136.119.113 said at Tue Aug 26 22:01:37 MET DST 1997

This is completely over my head, but I love it! Can't wait to add it to our site!
Laura (Fallon, NV)

Somebody from 129.37.57.71 said at Tue Oct 7 05:47:29 MET DST 1997

This is by far the most usable fractal music program I have seen so far.  
Have downloaded 6-7, but this one realy MAKES MUSIC!  
Excellent user interface,doesn't leave you guessing what patch 163 is...
I'm no musician and certainly not a mathematician,
but have spent many hours of pure fun with this! Thanks a million Lars!
Phil Jackson-Waco Texas USA

Somebody from unit4b.miseri.edu said at Fri Oct 17 16:40:37 MET DST 1997

I loved this site.  I'm doing a research project (senior project-Mathmematics major) 
on the relation between music and math and this site has been a huge help!
Thanks.
eswanson@miseri.edu

Somebody from pm1-215.dial.nildram.co.uk said at Fri Nov 14 19:54:54 MET 1997

This is my second visit to download musinum, Ilost the first in a recent crash.

This site is an inspiring place, I like your generosity.  Have you used the 
iterative equation: new x = previous x X Constant X (1- previous x)
where (3.5 < constant < 4), as a basis for the number generators?

roncroon@vip.solis.co.uk

Somebody from slip-129-37-57-117.tx.us.ibm.net said at Sat Nov 15 07:40:48 MET 1997

Like the changes you have made to the pages.  Especially the 
multiple file formats on the examples page.  Will be 
interesting to see those counters in a few weeks.  Thanks
again for this remarkable site!
Phil Jackson-Waco (Wacko?) Texas USA
pjfjacks@swbell.net

Somebody from ip-61.sb.net said at Thu Dec 25 12:25:29 MET 1997

OH GOD!!
Now EVERYBODY's going to sound like ME!!!
Yours truly,
Phillip Glass

Somebody from 203.93.90.34 said at Mon Jan 5 18:46:11 MET 1998

Hi friend:
I came from China.I'd like to see you works.I write music not with compuer.
I hope to have a try.But I new nothing about it,Would youplease tell me something?
my e-mail:didi@ns.tenway.com.cn

Somebody from modec68j.abraxis.com said at Fri Jan 16 03:37:19 MET 1998

musinum is spooky!  
that's good!  
there is a spirit in the numbers.  
or maybe the spirit is merely numbers.
J Salter

Somebody from 207-172-197-169.s42.as1.whp.erols.com said at Sat Mar 14 03:52:35 MET 1998

this is a brilliant program! I thought the results would produce atonal chaos
(not always a bad thing), 
but was happy to hear some really moody melodic themes going on
THANKS Lars!

Somebody from 210.101.5.103 said at Sun Mar 22 14:15:25 MET 1998

fantastic.
a star on the internet.
progressive.

Somebody from ics3f.f.srv.t-online.de said at Wed Mar 25 15:56:32 MET 1998

hallo lars, alles gute zum geburtstag!
Diese Glíckwínsche kommen aus ffm bau-bg

Somebody from line043.net-connect.net said at Fri Mar 27 17:53:14 MET 1998

Hello from Lafayette, Louisiana. Let me start by first saying.. 
This is the BEST fractal music program i've seen.

I'm a pianoist who loves to compose music in the baroque polyphonic style.
Just from playng with the settings of your program you can find an interesting
motif for a piece of music. and for a composer like myself the motif is all thats needed. 
I can compose the rest of the music myself useing variations from the fractal motif. 
Transforming it into a full and complete work of art.

I'm sure you get alot of email and cant always anwser them all...
i just wanted to let you know that there are people out there who appreciate
the long hours of work you put into making this program.

i'm waiting for you to finish the new help file...it would be VERY helpful
in understanding how the differnt settings work.

even if its just a plain .TXT file

We are waiting!! ...  thanks again    
                                               Jeremy Martin 
                                            bach@net-connect.net


Somebody from ntccsc01es-dhcp-184.ntc.nokia.com said at Wed Jul 15 10:20:12 MET DST 1998

Hi,

I am very impressed about this whole idea of 'listening to 
geometry' and I am not a mathematical genious, unfortunately but I
really enjoy this. 

I just love the idea of making music the way it is created here,
via numbers & fractals of which colourful images I am familiar 
with. 

All I hear is beauty & it is very uplifting too. There are 
variations & different stuctures which can be heard & still
it does make sense'. And also it is like from science fiction 
stories or AI that 'my computer' has a voice of its own. 
And very gentle one.

Thank you,
All the best,
Anne 

anne.himanen@ntc.nokia.com

Somebody from 207.124.222.119 said at Fri Jul 17 20:38:18 MET DST 1998

I don't know if I am a musician, a mathematician or a computer maniac.
However, I can tell this is a great site, and the program is very good.
I'll tell you how it goes.

Thanks and regards,
Diosnel Herrnsdorf
diosnel@krauch.com.py

Somebody from 129.237.18.183 said at Sat Jul 18 09:33:18 MET DST 1998

Great site!

Thank you very much for giving a rather musically inept person a chance to
actually compose some music.  The interface of Musinum is very good and easy 
to use, I was (or should I say the computer was...) composing in only a few
minutes.  I then saved the result as a MIDI file and opened it up in Music
Mentor where I was able to tweak it a bit and it came out sounding great!
I am definitely inspired to learn more about this program and what it does.
Excellent work.  Thanks.

Dan Matthews
Lawrence, KS, USA

Somebody from 129.237.18.183 said at Sat Jul 18 09:36:00 MET DST 1998

Oops! Soory about the line overkill...

Great site!

Thank you very much for giving a rather musically inept 
person a chance to actually compose some music.  The 
interface of Musinum is very good and easy to use, I was 
(or should I say the computer was...) composing in only a 
few minutes.  I then saved the result as a MIDI file and 
opened it up in Music Mentor where I was able to tweak it 
a bit and it came out sounding great!  I am definitely 
inspired to learn more about this program and what it does.
 Excellent work.  Thanks.

Dan Matthews
Lawrence, KS, USA

Somebody from ppp110.brewton-4048.net1inc.net said at Thu Aug 6 09:33:31 MET DST 1998

Great site and a great program. I have been fascinated with MusiNum
ever since I downloaded and installed it a few weeks ago.
Absolutely amazing! Thank you for sharing it.

Russ Haag
http://users.net1inc.net/tlc/

Somebody from slip166-72-88-188.mn.us.ibm.net said at Sat Aug 22 08:47:46 MET DST 1998

Hey Lars!! I LOOOOOVE this program!!!! :)

I even wrote a whole symphony with it!  I'd send it to you
but sadly my computer crashed and it was all lost...the
thing I have left is a CD with the songs on it...I lost
all the original .mid and .min files from it...but I'm going
to try and resurrect it again! :)

Somebody fromch03m47.for.sol.com.br said at Tue Sep 3 23:36:23 MET DST 1998

Hello...I'd like to known how get or buy cd international music 
as you hear there. I'm happy of availble this oportunity. 
Thanks, xalima@for.sol.com.br

Somebody from borea.ethz.ch said at Tue Sep 8 11:39:23 MET DST 1998

It's ok but not that I would get excited about it. 
There is better music out there, usually still 
having profited from some human involvement  :-)
Andas from the lower frequencies

Somebody from infc.central.susx.ac.uk said at Thu Oct 22 21:44:12 MET DST 1998

Hi - I'm a bit of a maths dude myself and I like good music.
I've heard about fractal music generators before, but this
is the first time someone has explained how they work too.

I haven't tried it yet (I've only just downloaded it!) but
in any case, keep writing programs and remember - in the end,
everything boils down to mathematics.
And as Douglas Adams said, that's the beauty of it.

Somebody from fdsl106.mpls.uswest.net said at Sat Feb 27 15:44:42 MET 1999

I have admit that this a bit over my head but I do like what you are doing. 
I'll be back to check it out some more

Somebody from adsl-209-233-19-67.dsl.pacbell.net said at Sun Mar 21 10:02:01 MET 1999

i am quite impressed and intriuged by what you are doing as well.
who are you and how can i help? 

Somebody from host-216-77-208-85.fll.bellsouth.net said at Fri Apr 2 15:15:55 MET DST 1999

Quick look shows this to be great stuff, but a lot of it 
which is great! It will take some analysis. Thank you very
much. Great site, well structured, excellent info.

Somebody from chemac208.ucdavis.edu said at Wed Apr 21 12:11:29 MET DST 1999

Amazingly beautiful music! I voted "disagree" for some of it, 
but really I like it all. Computers suddenly seem to have personalities...

Somebody from dead.wwwcache.ja.net said at Thu Apr 29 18:24:05 MET DST 1999

thank you for your web page.
i am now studying at strathclyde uni at glasgow, completing
master degree in architecture.
 my project is to try to build up surfaces and object from music.
so i need to find actually a program that does this contrary of yours.
converting sound into numbers so that i can generate a 3d model.
the goal is to explore new shapes and see is thoses shapes are 
representative of their composer (are mozart surfaces more rich than the techno ones ?)
thank you for you attention.
gregoire verhaegen, architect
gregoire.verhaegen@strath.ac.uk

Somebody from cr326703-a.hnsn1.on.wave.home.com said at Tue May 18 03:03:45 GMT 1999

Hi, your site is very intersting, cool!
But could you tell me how do you get my site address?
Could you give me a sample?
Thank you very much!
my email address is szhao@rocketmail.com

Somebody from vdsl25.sttl.uswest.net said at Sun Jun 13 04:34:27 GMT 1999

Thanks for the excellent instrument.- 
~Scott Gaynes

Somebody from cachesrv.1st.net said at Mon Jul 5 12:45:16 GMT 1999

the use of math in music is very interesting. the possiblilties are endless.  
Like the movie Close Encounters a language based on music. 
I was here yesterday and my programs have be unusual since then 
do you have any alien bodies floating around in you website. rockystar@1st.net

Somebody from digi09.podernet.com.mx said at Tue Jul 13 18:40:36 GMT 1999

Congratulations!! Great site, excellent info!!
Just one thing. I hope nobody hates me for this.
I'm a Macintosh user, and so far, I haven't been able to locate software to
transform the fractals I've generated into music.
Can anybody help me here?
lar7mirassou@yahoo.com

Somebody from proxy-527.public.rwc.webtv.net said at Thu Jul 22 12:14:20 GMT 1999

Love it!!!
very interesting, and nice site
Hope you have a lot of time, so you can think up some more cool web tools.
Thanks

Somebody from rm01-24-131-189-143.ce.mediaone.net said at Sat Jul 24 03:36:03 GMT 1999

I have noted this site to a news group i kick into every now and then.
Comp/Phlosophy-disscusing AI. 
I am looking for a musical background for my web site. 
It seems appropriate to develop an electronic piece from my url accordingly..
Now there is the question of theme, as i think more about this.
Can you hold one (Tune) if it appeals to you? Any suggestions. Oz of Oz Park

Somebody from rm01-24-131-189-143.ce.mediaone.net said at Sat Jul 24 03:39:06 GMT 1999

Sorry, this is Oz again. I forgot to leave my email address: 
rlmunoz@mediaone.net

Somebody from e142034.dion.ne.jp said at Mon Aug 23 03:47:34 GMT 1999

Das Ding ist ganz toll.
Es zeigt, dass 99% heutiger Musik ohne Menschen komponiert werden kann!
alecweil@gol.com

Somebody from chf-il8-45.ix.netcom.com said at Fri Aug 27 19:36:25 GMT 1999

just stopped by to see what you have. pretty cool stuff.
parrotheadjim25@hotmail.com

Somebody from fury.lms.mit.edu said at Tue Aug 31 03:43:05 GMT 1999

I am intrested in the direct applications of fractals in the biological and chemical sciences.  I am suprised to hear
how well simple mathematical algorithms generate musical sequences.  I have downloaded a copy of your latest
software and will try it out on a similar computer that is not involved in my work here at the Chemistry Department
at MIT.  I hope the software works well so that I can experiment with fractal generated melodies and compositions.
                                                                           Sincerely,
                                                                           Dr. William Shalongo
                                                                           MIT
                                                                           shalongo@mit.edu

Somebody from opuntia.chmi.cz said at Wed Sep 1 06:55:35 GMT 1999

I am really amazing of this nice piece of software.  At present I am working on some very bow application, 
well, now I'll make it highly multimedial. Of course the with link to this inspirating site.

howadoor@psynet.net

Somebody from 203.77.230.27 said at Tue Sep 21 16:35:55 GMT 1999

Your site is very cool
But could you tell me how do you get my site address?
Could you give me a sample?
Thank you very much!
floww1000@hotmail.com

Somebody from dialup58-1-52.swipnet.se said at Mon Sep 27 07:11:36 GMT 1999

The music, in my opinion, leaves something to be desired; but, the idea is fascinating! 
Good luck with your project. ...and let me know when your computers first symphony is released!
jakobsson.crossley@swipnet.se

Somebody from palo10.pacific.net.sg said at Tue Sep 28 05:51:42 GMT 1999

This site is really great!! 
Provides a new perspective for a traditional musician. 
Your links to various other websites have also helped me in my project - Chaos and Music.
Just wondering... are there any "landmark" composers for fractal music? 
Like, for example, Brahms and Beethoven for the Romantic period?
Very good work!
graciatan@hotmail.com  

Somebody from user-38ldgif.dialup.mindspring.com said at Sat Oct 2 07:50:09 GMT 1999

Interesting site.  About 20 years ago I experimented with generating music based on real time brain waves.  
The compositions sounded similar to what I hear here, but had the benefit of reacting real time to my curent mood.
You have reawakened my interest in this subject.
csjmayer@mindspring.com

Somebody from proxy-527.public.rwc.webtv.net said at Wed Oct 6 14:25:40 GMT 1999

Very intersting page, I personally loved the music, sounds like kitarro,
binkibooboo@webtv.net

Somebody said at Thu Oct 7 01:50:36 GMT 1999

weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelll
i theeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeenk aaaaaaaaaaaa
program is great..... how do I use it?

Somebody said at Thu Oct 7 01:57:27 GMT 1999

this is wery nice, I dont understand to much butt its cool

Somebody said at Sat Oct 9 16:00:08 GMT 1999

I want this for the Mac!

Somebody from cacheengine1.mosquitonet.com said at Mon Oct 11 15:46:04 GMT 1999

I was here but now I am not - 

Somebody from proxy.ba-loerrach.de said at Sun Oct 31 18:00:08 GMT 1999

Many Thanks for the Program and the excellent tips.
by
munz

Somebody from miamb212-40.splitrock.net said at Sat Nov 13 17:04:23 GMT 1999

WoW!! This is AMAZING!!!!! You are COOL, Really COOL.  
Can you please try to tell me how I can find out someone's current IP address
from an e-mail they have sent me or an Instant Message?  Thank you...

-Frank

Somebody from miamb205-02.splitrock.net said at Fri Nov 19 21:09:46 GMT 1999

Very creative and interesting!! Love it. Thanks 
MIKESTUPH@prodigy.net 

Somebody from cache1.avtel.net said at Sat Nov 20 02:17:56 GMT 1999

Diese Seide ist echt super! :)

Somebody from webcache08b.cache.pol.co.uk said at Sun Nov 21 02:24:24 GMT 1999

this is truly fascinating, i am amazed!!!

Somebody from van-wa12-33.ix.netcom.com said at Wed Nov 24 07:26:46 GMT 1999

Neat idea!!  
I'm very interested in Fractals and how they relate to music.

Somebody from host-216-78-84-142.gnv.bellsouth.net said at Tue Dec 7 04:55:37 GMT 1999

Lars 
Cheers on the new version
looking forward to tweaking it!!
ppagano@bellsouth.net

Somebody from proxy-331.public.rwc.webtv.net said at Thu Dec 9 09:31:31 GMT 1999

I love the site, wondering if it's possible to give the temp address of each tune 
so a person can transload it to their webpages, for those of us without download 
capabilities. This is such an interesting and fun idea. Keep it up!
pookydee@webtv.net

Somebody from 207.26.97.110 said at Wed Dec 15 16:55:59 GMT 1999

suck a nut bitch..hack these comps.
this is a school computer...hahaha..cool eh...this is tre

Somebody from 1cust133.tnt3.dial.ams3.nl.uu.net said at Sat Jan 8 10:53:25 GMT 2000

Do you have any information about the Golden Section used in music?

Somebody from 210.74.139.2 said at Fri Jan 14 08:36:35 GMT 2000

How are you?
I am a master ,and major in fractal application.
I like the fractal article very much.
I know that ftactal article has been developed greatly.
But the fractal article in our country is just in it's childhood now.
I want to get more information about the fractal article .
Could you give me a help?
My email is  sunweigzh@263.net

Somebody from p59.rock.fascination.com said at Sat Jan 15 05:39:11 GMT 2000

this site rocks!

Somebody from proxy-647.public.rwc.webtv.net said at Tue Jan 18 18:10:15 GMT 2000

Nice music, after the third try. Pen from Ohio.

Somebody from p1.dynamite.com.au said at Thu Feb 10 11:23:42 GMT 2000

Interesting site I have downloaded MusiNum and I will now play with it. 
I will let you know what I think of it.
Robert from Canberra.
robarb@dynamite.com.au

Somebody from ppp-208-189-124-115.dialup.wacotx.swbell.net said at Sat Feb 19 02:39:13 GMT 2000

Lars, Glad to see the site still generating a flurry of excitement and interest!  MusiNum is a very cool tool!
I think the next Generative SoundScapes CD will have some more MusiNum - generated sequences on it.
When I first came across this site several years ago & downloaded MusiNum, it started something which
hasn't stopped yet - keep up the excellent work!

Phil Jackson
http://www.fractal-vibes.com
http://www.egroups.com/group/cnfractal_music/info.html
http://www.mp3.com/CNFractalMusic
http://www.mp3.com/FractalVibes

Somebody from mch2-t3-2.atm-bb.de said at Sat Feb 26 16:04:00 GMT 2000

Hello...Deine MusiNum-Maschine ist total gut, Mann...Thanks,Andy

Somebody from on-ham-a53-02-90.idirect.com said at Sun Feb 27 22:08:28 GMT 2000

Hi. I think your site is really cool.  
I was wondering if it's possible to find stuff out from an IP address by typing it in 
somewhere and finding out what city they are from. My email is ac289@yahoo.com
Marge from Hamilton Ont.  
I like to know where people are from that visit my site.
It's at http://www.fortunecity.com/westwood/etch/75

Somebody from 193.207.0.242 said at Sat Mar 15 10:40:00 GMT 2000

Hello Lars!! Compliments for "Music In The Numbers"!!

Somebody from 1cust174.tnt2.hou2.da.uu.net said at Wed Mar 15 21:40:23 GMT 2000

This is great! Glad I stumbled across it!

J 
Houston, Tx

Somebody from default.gbmtech.net said at Sun Mar 19 04:39:43 GMT 2000

Hi,
Yet not somebody. . .  till notice by other somebodies~ 
I'm going to try your program.  I was actually looking for something else and got lost, heh heh. . .
Thanx,
Blue Crow

Somebody from 208.243.172.185 said at Sun Mar 19 17:43:56 GMT 2000

Hi,
Yet not somebody. . .  till notice by other somebodies~ 
I'm going to try your program.  I was actually looking for something else and got lost, heh heh. . .
Thanx,
Blue Crow

Somebody from 208.243.172.185 said at Sun Mar 19 17:52:26 GMT 2000

Hello again,
Got it, Tried it, when clicked on, it said~file not found. . . hmmm, I found it, it was where it installed.  Tried again~
same problem.  I tried moving it, not~ tried several other methods, nada.  Oh well.  
Any advice?  I removed it for now, but I'll try again if I can get it to work!
Thanx,
Blue Crow

Somebody from 208.243.172.185 said at Sun Mar 19 17:59:50 GMT 2000

Oooops, I forgot to include my emai~
replies to Preceed'n two messages can be sent to: 
Blue_Crow@etour.com

Somebody from proxy-565.public.rwc.webtv.net said at Wed Mar 29 19:49:55 GMT 2000

I think my ISP sounded pretty good today. ---Vonni

Somebody from tcnet23-017.austin.texas.net said at Fri Mar 31 02:09:18 GMT 2000

I've had Musinum for over three years. It is a most excellent program. 
I have a number of tunes I can even dance to made with Musinum (and I don't read a lick of music). 
I must use some of them on my websites, with a link back to this site. 
It's still "neater'n a skeeters tweeter!"

Gary Schooley
schooley@texas.net

Somebody from spider-tn032.proxy.aol.com said at Mon Apr 3 16:18:52 GMT 2000

This is fantastic!  I've played the piano all my life,
but I always knew there was another way to get to the music of the spheres.  
Science and mysticism meet.  Good work!
Zalinskis@cs.com

Somebody from spider-wa023.proxy.aol.com said at Fri Apr 7 09:53:37 GMT 2000

Very neat site. I'm surprised you can churn out such a good tune from something as pathetic as an AOL address. =)

Triggs/Papercut Suicide Studios
mtriggs886@aol.com
http://www.geocities.com/SoHo/3106


Somebody from 192.92.126.137 said at Sun Apr 16 17:00:38 GMT 2000

what is fractal music?

Somebody from proxy02.wxs.nl said at Sun Apr 16 18:01:37 GMT 2000

Dag Lars,
I was very pleased to see such an incredible musical tool and so down to basic,
just let your logical thoughts speak for themselves. In a few minutes i'll install the latest version
of yours and i'm sure you'll hear from me again soon.
Greatings from Nico (Roermond, the Netherlands).

Somebody from 207-136-167-148.dialup.microweb.net said at Fri Apr 21 03:00:14 GMT 2000

Hey, Lars! You are terrific!!  I haven't had so much fun in years!
Thanks so much!
(Now about that little problem of saving Voices 7, 8, & 9...)
trivas7@neteze.com

Somebody from proxy02.wxs.nl said at Mon Apr 24 10:13:07 GMT 2000

Dag Lars,
I was very pleased to see such an incredible musical tool and so down to basic,
just let your logical thoughts speak for themselves. In a few minutes i'll install the latest version
of yours and i'm sure you'll hear from me again soon.
Greatings from Nico (Roermond, the Netherlands).

Somebody from proxy02.wxs.nl said at Mon Apr 24 10:23:09 GMT 2000

Hallo again,
Indeed i did a tremendous job installing your most recent version. I have to do some research first and then
i'll tell you more about my experiences. A question to you or anyone else:
Can i exchange some work of mine with others and visa versa?
Greeting from Nico (Roermond, the Netherlands, e-mail: nico.geelen@hetnet.nl)

Somebody from static24-72-23-40.reverse.accesscomm.ca said at Mon May 15 19:04:02 GMT 2000

Fantastic!  Hidden patterns in the universe unfurled beautifully.  
You have created something wonderful foreveryone to enjoy.
Thank-you.

Somebody from ppp6.snni.com said at Wed May 17 17:30:11 GMT 2000

That's some fun !   May I keep a copy of your program ? 
The Penta scales are a new experience to me.
- I'll show it to my niece, she will love it.

John
hazelton@exo.com   ( Southern California )

Somebody from phn2a020-0503.splitrock.net said at Sun May 28 13:53:37 GMT 2000

Kudos to Lars! I can't wait to post some of the tunes I've composed with Music in the Numbers!

Rudely-Awaken@prodigy.net

Somebody from nas-115-12.kc-t.navipath.net said at Fri Jun 2 02:47:06 GMT 2000

One of the best mathematical based music composing software packages.  
Vielen dank, Lars, fuer die ausgezeichnet Program.

C - Somewhere in Missouri

Somebody from milkyway.singnet.com.sg said at Fri Jun 9 14:52:00 GMT 2000

Great work! But I prefer to hear music composed by humans. 
No matter how hard machines try to learn human skills, 
they just lack the human touch. They will never surpass us, humans, never...

As for the music composed by the IP address, they do make some sense, but they lack a soul. 

These are my sincere words. No offence.

Somebody from userab57.ie.uudial.com said at Fri Jun 23 22:40:26 GMT 2000

this page really kicks ass
;o)

Somebody from 1cust54.tnt1.sylva.nc.da.uu.net said at Tue Jun 27 18:25:11 GMT 2000

Herr Kindermann, you are, undoubtedly, a genius!! 
I love 'Musinum' and will wait for a 'commercial release', if any. 
I would like to convert my .midi's to .wavs- to burn on cd-rw's, 
(to terrorize my kids in the car!), but am having no luck at this point; 
I don't run Linux...and too cheap to buy 'Cool Edit Pro' for Windoze. 
Again, thank you for a great program- I will be playing with it for the rest of my life, 
much to the chagrin of my children/pets/neighbors!!!

Yours,
Robert Bee
mailto: Robert_Bee@email.msn.com

Somebody from a204b210n118client142.hawaii.rr.com said at Wed Jun 28 09:38:03 GMT 2000

I began browsing tonight looking for efficient algorithms for calculating Euler's constant, and I wound up here,
just about ready to go to bed.  Along the way, I visited a site all about Phi, phi (not a dog) and Fibonacci (also not
a dog, but liked to watch rabbits).  I am truly blessed that I own a fast internet connection and I don't own a
television.

Thanks for the cool fractal music,
Jay Abel
mailto: jayabel@concentric.net

Somebody from 1cust131.tnt3.redmond2.wa.da.uu.net said at Mon Jul 3 05:13:42 GMT 2000

Musinum rocks!!!! I have a few albums worth of music already after a couple months of fiddling with this little thingee.
there are only a few songs I really really like but this is fun and i only have a high E-string's worth of musical talent. 

paige_derakh@hotmail.com

Somebody from spider-te084.proxy.aol.com said at Fri Jul 28 00:20:59 GMT 2000

this is a very thought provoking site. i have yet to try the program. that is all.

Somebody from isdn02095.cultura.com.br said at Wed Aug 2 04:05:33 GMT 2000

Jorge Augusto Camoles, from Goiania, GO, Brasil.
Thank you by your program and home-page !!!
I am beginning study the use of sounds to heal.
jac@cultura.com.br (home)
jorge@prgo.mpf.gov.br (work)
http://www.cultura.com.br/jac (my website, in Portuguese)

Somebody from spider-wl043.proxy.aol.com said at Tue Aug 15 05:46:40 GMT 2000

Had fun on line. looking forward to really creating something.

Somebody from spider-tk081.proxy.aol.com said at Sat Aug 26 03:38:58 GMT 2000

Hi Lars, I have created many pieces of music and had much enjoyment with Musinum.
I want to send a couple that might be unique. I am neither a musician or a mathematician but I love both.  
Thanks for this program.  Even I want to build upon and expand my pieces.  Must find a way.

Joan@AOL.com

Somebody from spider-tk081.proxy.aol.com said at Sat Aug 26 03:41:12 GMT 2000

Lars I forgot who I am in cyberspace Joan26236580@AOL.com

Somebody from as22-s15-141-137.cwci.net said at Mon Sep 4 22:15:36 GMT 2000

a really lovely site thanks for working so hard at it.

jtlofthouse@netscapeonline.co.uk

Somebody from as22-s15-141-137.cwci.net said at Mon Sep 4 22:19:11 GMT 2000

if only charles mingus had gotten hold of this!!! wow!

Somebody from proxy-1355.public.svc.webtv.net said at Sat Sep 16 20:56:38 GMT 2000

I love the IP Music! Makes me glad to be a mathemetician, a musician, and an owner of a 
television set! (heheheheh) Great job, Mr.(?) Kindermann. (heheh)

Brandon W. "Bob" Horton
http://community.webtv.net/ParodyKnaveBob(a domain which gives *strange* results in the IP handler...)
ParodyKnaveBob@webtv.net

Have you ever seen WebTV's audioscopes? If not, download the piece-of-crap beta Viewer at 
http://developer.webtv.net and do a search for 'scopes ... I'd love to see what my IPMusic "looks" like!

Somebody from proxy-1351.public.svc.webtv.net said at Sat Sep 16 20:59:10 GMT 2000

(Bob again)

Wendy Carlos ever seen this?

Somebody from proxy-1354.public.svc.webtv.net said at Sat Sep 16 21:21:57 GMT 2000

(Bob one last time)

I checked out the homepage (Wow, great!) but found a problem: on the fill-in-the-blanks music generator,
I entered Base27 for the Accordion (in C, in Penta, in Octave5)--what? So I'm a Weird Al fan! 
Sue me!--and I got the notice that it was a kind of audio that WebTV couldn't do... 
which does -not- make sense, since all your pages' -other- MIDIs worked just fine. Weird.

Somebody from user-2ivf2rq.dsl.mindspring.com said at Thu Sep 21 01:58:04 GMT 2000

I am Peggie Feddersen.  My husband is a professional musician.  
I like listening to music and feeling it in my mind.
With my eyes closed, I see patterns and colors while listening to music..sometimes scenes.  
I don't exactly feel it except when it is too loud or horrible. 
wamdrian@mindspring.com

Somebody from dialup44.fresno.qnis.net said at Sun Sep 24 20:42:24 GMT 2000

I am a well published composer of band, orchestra and choral music.  
I would like to know if the fractal compositions show up in  a notated form.
Leland Forsblad,  leland@qnis.net

Somebody from dial-14.r4.gabrlt.infoave.net said at Fri Oct 13 04:39:08 GMT 2000

I enjoyed hearing my IP address so much that I saved it.
I sent a link to my children in Germany and told the boss's son(hi Scott) 
about this site today too.  Thanks from, raiman

Somebody from enc92.encode.com said at Mon Nov 20 04:12:39 GMT 2000

I REALLY ENJOY MUSIC OF MANY TYPES OF VARIETIES.  
THERE IS A FEW THAT I CAN LIVE WITHOUT BUT NOT MUCH.  
I SPEND 75% OF MY LEISURE TIME JUST LISTENING TO MUSIC, WHETHER AT WORK, OR HOME.
DHANSEN@ENCODE.COM

Somebody from t4o79p82.telia.com said at Thu Dec 14 09:17:39 GMT 2000

Great site this one, the editing possibilities is quit fun.
I have just been here for a brief second and got to go soon, 
is there any possibilities to view it in a score or as a pianoroll? 
That would make it even better.
Zoot Woodwind
Response by Lars: You can store the generated MIDI file on your computer and view or print the score with a notation program like cubase, cakewalk, finale, etc... Or try the freeware Noteworthy Player
Somebody from cs7p46.dial.cistron.nl said at Fri Dec 15 08:01:07 GMT 2000

my teacher loves this

Somebody from asd-tel-ap02-d06-099.dial.freesurf.nl said at Fri Dec 15 08:01:57 GMT 2000

mr. evers likes this stuff

Somebody from proxy1-external.bgreen1.ky.home.com said at Sun Dec 24 00:29:09 GMT 2000

First of all, I love this!  2nd of all, I would gladly promote your site on mine, 
www.wolfz.com, if you can tell me how to show the user's IP address on the site!
Please e-mail me at webmaster@wolfz.com

Somebody from roc-24-169-122-218.rochester.rr.com said at Thu Jan 11 05:11:36 GMT 2001

I downloaded musinum 2.08 beta in June of 2000. 
I've found it to be thoroughly entrancing and enthralling.
It is one of the more user-friendly music programs that I've run into.
As I am a "NEWBIE"in the world of computers I think I can attest to its ease of use.
As for Lars. He has personally replied to my E-mail with answers to questions I've had regarding his creation. 
He is truly one of the good ones!
Now, if I could only figure out how to load those Mellotron wav files into my sound card to use with this program.
One final question. Am I controlling the music by the numbers?
Or is the program controlling me?        
swarfeeter@yahoo.com

Somebody from ip62.jade.dial.rpa.net said at Fri Jan 12 22:34:34 GMT 2001

cool site!!!!!

Somebody from 1cust203.tnt2.warrenton.va.da.uu.net said at Sat Jan 13 04:03:26 GMT 2001

This was a little disturbing can you post some links or files that 
people might be able to use to protect themselves from being 
so exposed to those who might not have benign intentions? Thanks
roybatty_61@yahoo.com

Somebody from spider-wq044.proxy.aol.com said at Wed Jan 24 04:56:07 GMT 2001

hay, man, cool site!!!!  that is so cool, that you can learn all that. keep up the great work!!!!
                                   Jamie
                                   blondief23@aol.com

Somebody from proxy1.cc.swin.edu.au said at Tue Jan 30 01:18:39 GMT 2001

Ahhh... the soothing sounds of my IP address. Great idea... and it sounds good too.

Somebody from host213-1-108-236.btinternet.com said at Tue Jan 30 20:49:12 GMT 2001

you seem to know quite abit about an area I am very interested in..
perhaps you could let me know if there is anyway I can prevent my IP address being traced or seen?
fallenangel80@hotmail.com

Somebody from host-216-78-235-148.mco.bellsouth.net said at Thu Feb 1 03:47:49 GMT 2001

Very nice site.  Still writing my emotion music.  Things are getting quite amazing now, aren't they?  
Would like to collaborate on a movie score with someone.  How does one break into such a field?

Somebody from spider-mtc-tc051.proxy.aol.com said at Fri Feb 9 02:39:34 GMT 2001

To quote Spock, "Fascinating"
Bobbie Ann Pimm @ bappjf@aol.com

Somebody from arc-rj-ce550-05.telemar.net.br said at Fri Feb 9 02:54:18 GMT 2001

awsome, keep up the work
Janet

Somebody from pc19f2ebb.dip.t-dialin.net said at Thu Feb 15 15:44:35 GMT 2001

Hear some MIDI Stuff done with MusiNum at http://home.t-online.de/home/stefan.hetzel/midi.html
(This site is in German. Users of the ROLAND SC-88 Pro Sound Module will have more fun.).
Many thanks to Lars for this REALLY easy-to-use application :-)
-- By the way: I used the older version for win 3.11 on a 386 pc --

Greetings to all

Somebody from pc19f2ebb.dip.t-dialin.net said at Thu Feb 15 15:46:29 GMT 2001

... ooops, forgot my E-Mail here it is:
stefan.hetzel@t-online.de
Comments welcome!

Somebody from host62-6-98-178.dialup.lineone.co.uk said at Sat Feb 17 11:57:13 GMT 2001

just listening to Bark 1 demo and stunned by the organic beauty of it.
Hmm wonder if i can do the same. It`ll be fun trying.
Great great site with tons fascinating links. Many thanks.

Somebody from adsl-208-191-199-100.dsl.rcsntx.swbell.net said at Fri Feb 23 19:29:08 GMT 2001

lars, your site is very interesting and i enjoyed the random music also...
i think i also got to look at the ceiling in your house?  on my netmeeting...
auf wiedersehen,
tom ferstle
tferstle@aol.com

Somebody from t2o28p114.telia.com said at Fri Mar 16 13:21:45 GMT 2001

The Musinum program is without doubt a good tool for a composer. 
The relationship between mathematics and music has been obvious for a long time.
We must not underestimate what computer technology can do for art such as music. 
Lars Kindermann, the inventor of Musinum, must be aware of this. 
He made it possible for anyone to compose any kind of music with Musinum.
I have also a question.
How can a musinum file be saved with a negative number in the counter?
If I want the music to play backwards the file can only be saved as a midi. 
There is also a problem with more than 14 voices wich after a while requires a 
restart of the PC to regain system resources.

Jan Fyhrholdt
fyhrholdt@telia.com

Somebody from rm1-829.dialup.tiscalinet.it said at Fri Mar 23 20:38:46 GMT 2001

Cool, very much indeed. Unfortunately,sometimes the neural networks tend to go to attactors and 
there they stuck. Result is a boredome, then.
ciao,
Gioia

Somebody from port5.ds1-fh.adsl.cybercity.dk said at Sat Apr 7 13:29:36 GMT 2001

OK im trapped.....for now ?

im sitting here with thick Pc books, and trying to find a way to surf like a ghost, 
so even my own ISP dont know that im on   :o) my IP is fixed, 
and i find it hard to accept that everyone out there can log data on me ""you included""
can you help me/others safe-surfers !!

greetings from Denmark

Jens Mogensen

jensmogensen@vip.cybercity.dk

Somebody from 1cust47.tnt2.redmond2.wa.da.uu.net said at Sun Apr 8 05:05:10 GMT 2001

Try plugging in phone numbers, serial numbers off of dollar bills. Great Trippy stuff! 
Some of my best pieces have been composed this way. Can't wait for version 3.0!
-Axin
digital_dream_designer@hotmail.com

Somebody from cx794385-a.elcjn1.sdca.home.com said at Mon Apr 9 22:14:35 GMT 2001

Thank you very much for this Software - I've had some very cool experiences with it. 
And thank you for including some of these recordings on your Website as examples, I appreciate it - 
and I tell people about your software all the time. Cool Application!

I mainly use Musinum on my laptop where I send the Midi out to either a Nova, My sampler or an RM1x 
(or any combo of those). This is usually done and recorded live while tweaking the parameters and 
spinkling other ideas ontop.

Lots of fun. I have around 4 CDrs worth of music to send to you Lars :-)

Thanks again,

Sonic Wallpaper
 http://www.SonicWallpaper.com
 http://www.mp3.com/SonicWallpaper

Somebody from montreal35.dialup.canada.psi.net said at Fri Apr 27 14:44:24 GMT 2001

Hello Lars,

Wonderful concept & great program that has a lot of potential, both for the amateur 
and the professional composer. If only more computer programs were this good!  
It has enough depth to keep the experienced people entertained, but easy enough for
complete beginners to do something useful with. 
I've got a lot of training and background in composition and computer music, but this
was a definite revelation. 

It is nice to have the option of defining user scales, etc. This sort of stuff 
provides the composer with the chance to inject his or her personality into the music. 
I approached the program with a little bit of apprehension at first, but was surprised
how little time it took me to generate sequences that fit my aesthetic. 
(Or, conversely, by inputting other scales/numbers, sequences that I would've never
written with pen and manuscript paper.)

I'll be recommending this one to all my students. Bravo! MusiNum is a definite winner.

greetings from Canada,

Pat McNeil

Somebody from dialup-209.245.13.118.denver1.level3.net said at Sun Apr 29 13:28:12 GMT 2001

Looks like a Townshend kind of thang...

Somebody from ppp-208-189-124-72.dialup.wacotx.swbell.net said at Sun May 6 05:35:01 GMT 2001

Hi Lars,
MusiNum after all these years still stands as one of the most usefull fractal music 
programs around - it has indeed stood the test of time!

----  slight advertisement for those wanting to share their
discoveries with MusiNum and other fractal music -----
FYI to others - we have an "egroup" dedicated to fractal music -
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cnfractal_music/
Feel free to look around and join up if this is an interest!

Best Wishes,
Phil Jackson
www.fractal-vibes.com 

Somebody from host-216-252-249-230.interpacket.net said at Tue May 8 22:17:16 GMT 2001

Hey great site... By the way does this mean that someone can actually trace my fraud transactions 
back to my computer :) ? Umm i dont think so... Do let me know though...
Cindy... smooch
kingneha@hotmail.com

Somebody from inktomi2-ren.server.ntl.com said at Tue May 15 21:32:28 GMT 2001

Is it possible to use the midis you make with this in a game?
And would i be then able to sell the game, if i used the midis i made with this program?
Thanks - rustyrm2k@hotmail.com
(P.S. cool site and midi maker!)

Somebody from 195-23-170-62.nr.ip.pt said at Wed May 16 22:04:39 GMT 2001

exellent sequencer, but more features was good i.e:
midi tracks where you drag and drop cut/copy/paste in parts the phrase of each box and the possibility 
to link them at your own in cycle with diferent time/note resolutions options for each track. 
thanks EMAIL:ras-al-ghul@clix.pt

Somebody from pr5-ts.telepac.pt said at Mon May 28 18:23:06 GMT 2001

What a nice shareware!!
kindness

Somebody from d91.as0.lnng.mi.voyager.net said at Tue May 29 02:05:03 GMT 2001

As a musician who knows very little about computers or complex mathematics, I find this page very intriguing.  
I would be interested to see what would happen when a human (i.e., force with creativity that doesn't follow 
a strict program) worked WITH the algorithm to create a unique composition that wasn't as "random." 
The music can get very old after a while.

Somebody from host217-32-135-19.hg.mdip.bt.net said at Wed May 30 04:13:31 GMT 2001

this stuff is waaaay kewl,nice one. micksiemonsta

Somebody from cache-kno.cableinet.co.uk said at Wed May 30 16:38:06 GMT 2001

Fantastic!!
I'll pass this on to everyone i know.

Somebody from host213-123-64-146.dialup.lineone.co.uk said at Thu May 31 19:07:38 GMT 2001

While searching the web for 'Magix Music Painter' (dated 1996) I discovered your 'Music in the Numbers'. 
I've just tried it out and the results are intriguing!
I am also interested in microtonal scales. Many synths have the facility but I haven't found out how to 
change the equal temperament tuning of my Creative Labs soundcard.
Many thanks
David
djgfrench@lineone.net

Somebody from mp-217-212-215.daxnet.no tried to say at Fri Jun 1 02:47:50 GMT 2001

I tried to add a comment a few days ago, but for some reason, it apparently didn't reach your website.
I'll try again here.
I'm a pianist and experimental composer (of many verbal scores that use chance-based realization
procedures), with academic backgrounds in music and mathematics.
This site is certainly one of the most delightful, creative, and insightful musical websites in cyberspace.  
I want to congratulate you on this unique and extraordinary contribution to the musical world.  
The sonic results from these algorithms often display a variety of fascinating musical interplay.
Yet I have a few comments about some of the apparent limitations of the stylistic traits of fractal composition:  
Ever since the first experiments in fractal composition began to appear some 25 years ago, 
I have noticed that nearly all of it seems to be relentlessly diatonic, and most of it seems to be dominated by pentatonic sound.  
In addition, rhythms are almost, without exception, very regular and motoric.  Is there any inherent reason for the fact that 
fractal composition seems to be "stuck" in these stylistic characteristics?  
It seems to me that this genre could be greatly enhanced and invigorated with some healthy doses of chromaticism, decreasing 
the too-frequent pentatonic modal sound, and adding rhythmic energy and excitement with more irregular and less motoric patterns.
But congratulations on a superb achievement in cybermusicianship.

Paul Goldstein (of Bergen, Norway)
PianoplayerPaul@aol.com

Somebody from adsl-65-65-209-24.dsl.rcsntx.swbell.net said at Fri Jun 1 16:30:15 GMT 2001

Thank you very much, i started playing with fractel sound on discovery.com, after a short search I found your software. 
Great stuff, even for the musicly challenged(like my self).

gear7000@swbell.net

Somebody from 233.c.002.mel.iprimus.net.au said at Fri Jun 1 23:09:59 GMT 2001

An extraordinary arrangement. A very refreshing and stimulating concept. 
Heard about it via Feed magazine (06.01.01 | The Sound of IP Addresses). So I guess now you're famous too. Good luck.

Somebody from 1cust95.tnt1.manchester.nh.da.uu.net said at Sat Jun 2 01:22:38 GMT 2001

This is a really cool web site!  I linked to this from Network World Compendium, published by Network World Magazine.  
Lots of new people will be reading about this.  Their URL is: http://www.nwfusion.com/columnists/2000/compendium.html
I think it  furthers the general public's knowledge of the relationship between music and mathematics. 
Tom Gainan of Sandown, NH   consortpinguin@msn.com

Somebody from 248-pool3.ras13.wasea.tii-dial.net said at Sat Jun 2 19:20:52 GMT 2001

Dear melissa,
My sik computer doesnt do music right now ,but I think it's a great idea El Toro Gene retireddoc1c1 @ juno.com

Somebody from mp-216-43-227.daxnet.no said at Mon Jun 4 02:02:58 GMT 2001

Revised comments:
     Hi, I'm Paul Goldstein again, who wrote three days ago.  I want to revise my previous comments. 
     There is a great deal more sonic variety offered at the "Edit Song" function than I first assumed 
     - one is certainly not limited to diatonicism, pentatonicism, and regular motoric rhythm.
     Mea culpa!
     Congratulations once again on a fine website - and an even finer one than I thought originally!!!

     Paul Goldstein (Bergen, Norway)
     E-mail: PianoplayerPaul@aol.com

Somebody from adsl-80-224-101.mia.bellsouth.net said at Mon Jun 4 16:40:55 GMT 2001

Thank you so much for this wonderful timewaster (I mean in the good way) and musical inspirationer.
You did good!! Thank you for making it freeware so those of us who have little money can enjoy it!.
I am just starting to really understand it. Nice site too. I have played with random music apps but 
this is much better! Please in the next version a small keyboard? = )  Kudos to you. If you like fractals
you have to check out "Fractint" which is also free on the net (I am not sure where) It is a great program
and with color cycling very psychadelic hehe. Keep up the good work!  raiden35@bellsouth.net

Somebody from nas4-ip-33.mis.stn.net said at Mon Jun 4 22:38:35 GMT 2001

Isn't this this intellectual wanking?

Somebody from 62.207.97.70 said at Mon Jun 11 17:54:45 GMT 2001

interesting.

Somebody from salzl401pip2.highway.telekom.at said at Wed Jun 13 22:04:52 GMT 2001

after having discovered your sophisticated work by shere accident, we are hurrying to send 
you our congratulations for your work, which reveals quite unexspected phenomenons.
Especially we were delighted by the baroque piece called bark, which quite 
unbelievebly catches some of the baroque spirit.   b.j.gappmayer@utanet.at

Somebody from pd950a797.dip.t-dialin.net said at Thu Jun 14 15:32:12 GMT 2001

Cannot find "http://djbobo-horst.netdiscounter.de" There exists no such computer on the Internet
You must enter a computer name like www.xyz.com or an address like 127.0.0.1 

http://djbobo-horst.netdiscounter.de  is real URL


Somebody from 217.224.199.122 said at Thu Jun 14 15:33:59 GMT 2001

Leave the "http" part. This is a protocol, not an address!

Somebody from cache-gat.cableinet.co.uk said at Mon Jun 25 23:27:56 GMT 2001

yes nice music cant wait for the inet address applet I am a greedy boy in pyjamas! pdbeckwith@hotmail.com

Somebody from adsl-63-197-68-3.dsl.snfc21.pacbell.net said at Fri Jun 29 16:34:38 GMT 2001

Thanks much.  I'd like to see a way to further iterate or elaborate, haven't looked to see if 
music editing software can handle these files though. Would like to be able to choose individual
instruments (the high pitched whistles my Powerbook can reproduce are positively painful to aging
ears with tinnitus!

What happens if you digitize, say, a topographic map and input that?
hank@well.com

Somebody from user-2ivfma3.dialup.mindspring.com said at Fri Jun 29 18:32:44 GMT 2001

Great site and truly remarkable software! I've been playing on the windows version of 
musinum for hours now and just wanted to let you know that it is really exceptional.
Thanxz for making it available!

Somebody from 1cust100.tnt6.dial.tor2.uunet.ca said at Mon Jul 9 02:25:52 GMT 2001

.......Wow

Somebody from 61-216-217-23.hinet-ip.hinet.net said at Sun Jan 20 14:48:07 GMT 2002

That's really a cool site.

Somebody from 4.33.185.201 said at Wed May 29 06:04:34 GMT 2002

love it... how do I download/upload a photo and turn it into music? rando

Somebody from 63.228.107.219 said at Wed 14 Aug 2002 07:41:53 GMT

If opening Musinum crashes while loading a complex file "Out of Memory error", try closing some programs in your taskbar.


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