#1
After years of searching and calculating, I have at last discovered the mathematical formula for how "good" a song is.


H X T = Q


Whereas T is time in seconds, Q is quality, and H is number of hurdy-gurdies. You'll notice that if H = 0 then Q also = 0. The formula is flawless.

Plug your favorite songs in and see how they really stack up.
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#3
I can't trust any formula that doesn't use an asterisk to represent multiplication
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#4
Quote by eGraham
I can't trust any formula that doesn't use an asterisk to represent multiplication



this. I thought that was an X

so unprofessional
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#5
I agree with this formula.
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#6
Quote by deadsmileyface
this. I thought that was an X

so unprofessional



Listen up, bitch. The actual symbol is · not *


Better luck next time.
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#7
But what happens if you dived quality by zazz?
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#9
Quote by captainsnazz
Here's the real formula:

4w+Σ-eʳ

key:
w - number of wobs
b - banger function
d - a vector of all drops
r - number of real instruments used


hmu if u agre

this is the only post in this thread that can math and can music




Last edited by MinterMan22 at Dec 14, 2013,
#10
Quote by StewieSwan
Listen up, bitch. The actual symbol is · not *


Better luck next time.

Then use the actual symbol, you lazy person!

Anyway, I would agree with said formula, if it used the actual symbol, that is.