#1
https://soundcloud.com/totally-tubular/13-swing

I superimposed 13, 8, 5 and 3 over one single bar of music throughout the entire song. You can count the 8's and 3's easy, but its in 13 and 5 too. All of the drums are programmed with golden ratios to form the time intervals and beats you hear. All of my chords are build with the golden ratio as well.

edit:
I also have this less than a minute long beat I want you guys to listen to
https://soundcloud.com/totally-tubular/dedop
Its based on the same concepts
#2
That's actually incredibly awesome, I'm blown away. What chords were the notes in the first 30 seconds based off of?
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#3
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That's actually incredibly awesome, I'm blown away. What chords were the notes in the first 30 seconds based off of?


The chords to dedop are Amb69, Emb6b9, Bmb5b6b9 then Fmaj69. Then the little turnaround is C, G, D all 69 chords.

The chord shape is the 1-5-6-9, so there isnt really any 3rds going on, which opens up a lot of room.

The chords to 13 swing are Ebmaj7#11, A7 (2nd inversion root on E), Fmaj7#11, then G7 2nd inversion root on D. It is basically in the key of F, with the Eb being the neapolitan 6th, and the G being the secondary dominant, but I chose the F#11 to add in the B note, which holds together the Eb and the G chords. I have tabs actually for the solos.
Attachments:
13 Swing.pdf