Now this is fascinating:
Two musicians of the band "After the burial" created a formula to set the decimals of pi to music. Read the description, where they explain how it was done.
In the video you will first hear a guitar intro for about 1 minute, starting roughly at 1:07 you will hear the first 110 (!!) decimal points of pi.
I admit, if you were never involved much in music, it might be difficult to hear the structure, but every musician will be fascinated by a never repeating sound pattern with its very own feel and rythmic evolution.
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I don't get it to be honest XD
ok i do, but you don't need math for that if you good musician XD
Hah that was pretty cool. If you're interested in maths, Alexes Adventures in Numberland:
Is an super good book and has a great chapter on Pi!
I like pi.
I was expecting some sort of arpeggio, but using it for rhythm sounds pretty interesting.