InsaneWeTrust

04-02-2008, 01:31 AM

At the moment I'm working on a song, and I've got this crazy idea in my head to have it to the golden ratio...

For those who don't know what the golden ratio is, its this crazy thing which appears coincidentally all throughout nature and is said to be very aesthetically pleasing.

The whole thing has to do with two ratios and the basic idea is of two lines (not equal lengths).

We'll call one of the lines (a) and the other (b). When (a) and (b) are joined they make (c).

The basic concept of the golden ratio is then that the ratio between (a):(b) is equal to the ratio between (c):(a).

Its described very confusingly in this picture

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/44/Golden_ratio_line.svg

In my case its going to be.

The ratio between the lengths of the chorus (c) and the lengths of the verse (v) will be in the same ratio as the chorus+verse (cv) is to the chorus (c).

Please tell me I'm crazy... Tell me to stop... Tell me anything... This just seems...

Anyone want to help?

For those who don't know what the golden ratio is, its this crazy thing which appears coincidentally all throughout nature and is said to be very aesthetically pleasing.

The whole thing has to do with two ratios and the basic idea is of two lines (not equal lengths).

We'll call one of the lines (a) and the other (b). When (a) and (b) are joined they make (c).

The basic concept of the golden ratio is then that the ratio between (a):(b) is equal to the ratio between (c):(a).

Its described very confusingly in this picture

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/44/Golden_ratio_line.svg

In my case its going to be.

The ratio between the lengths of the chorus (c) and the lengths of the verse (v) will be in the same ratio as the chorus+verse (cv) is to the chorus (c).

Please tell me I'm crazy... Tell me to stop... Tell me anything... This just seems...

Anyone want to help?