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Genetics of Sound
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Genetics of Sound
Part 1: Introduction
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Come on and take part in my search! Tell me YOUR thoughts and opinions, perhaps even experiences. I am looking forward to you and your comments.
For those, who like to think about in in depth, here is the spoken text you listen to in the video:
Sound is everywhere. Everything is sound. You can close your eyes, but you cannot close your ears. There is sound in your brain and in the universe. There is sound in a picture, in a text, in a life. Sound makes things come true, get real. Sound makes reality, reality is sound.

Sound...
I want to dive into its deepest deep and hear ... and even see ... its smallest parts, these tiny atoms of sonic adventures that make me so crazy.

What will I discover?

Will it be grains where my journey ends?

Or perhaps even Genes?
Are there things like Genes somewhere deep into a sound, giving it its characteristics, making it sound - and first of all: react and develop -- as it does?
Partials. People are always telling me: "It is the typical set of partials that makes the sound." ..Hm..
May that be true? Really? Is there any sound at all, whose partials aren't changing permanently on a microscopical scale of time?

So -- what is the smallest but complete Gene of a Sound? - - - Or a waveform?

Is there something like a sonic gene characterizing a specific sound and transferring these specifics and this character to other sounds when implanted into them?
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