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Any scientists, mathematicians, or engineers here?

NHA

44khz*16bits per sample*1 (mono) = 44,000*(16/8) = 88,000 character per second

88,000 / 5.1 (average english word length) = 17,255 words per second typing rate

192 WPS was a world record i guess.

Would work if you had 180 arms, or 90 people controlled by a hive mind.

Or you could just play the piano.

Right now I'm still in high school, but when I get out, I'd like to go to college to take Organic Chemistry.
I was also thinking about doing Quantum Physics, but I don't think that I'm interested enough. It sounds like an awesome subject, nonetheless.

The music is saved in a sequence of 1's  and 0's, a text editor just knows how to read these 1's and 0's a certain way :/ its just how it was programmed to read this information.




Yeah, binary. It's cool stuff, and runs almost any electronic with a chip in it. It's hard to explain, but that's the reason why your mp3 players only have 128, 256, 512, and so on.

NHA

The music is saved in a sequence of 1's  and 0's, a text editor just knows how to read these 1's and 0's a certain way :/ its just how it was programmed to read this information.




Yeah, binary. It's cool stuff, and runs almost any electronic with a chip in it. It's hard to explain, but that's the reason why your mp3 players only have 128, 256, 512, and so on.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_of_two

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Lustmord is known to use many image-to-sound techniques. For example, when "A Light That Is Darkness" is run through a spectrograph, it reveals several demonic faces.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lustmord

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Lustmord is known to use many image-to-sound techniques. For example, when "A Light That Is Darkness" is run through a spectrograph, it reveals several demonic faces.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lustmord

I heard Venetian Snares also did something like this although I'm not sure how complicated it was.

Back on topic I'm transferring to a university next year from a community college and I'm planning on pursuing a degree in Mathematics, not sure what my area will be yet though.