Thursday, March 09, 2006

Music Of Money

J has an informed opinion on music and her verdict on playing the market is "Its too noisy. Don't play that music. Stop !"

Playing the Market is based on patterns found in the stock market, economic indicators, and related algorithms. The resulting tracks range from minimalist orchestral pieces to raw industrial audio arrangements.

There goes my hopes of J picking the fiscal reigns in this household. Looks like we are two of a kind here. Maybe I should have found a better way to introduce the subject to her. We were listening to the Irrational Exuberance / Great Depression track.

"Irrational Exuberance / Great Depression" is a composition for piano that reflects the investor psychology that drives the stock market and the overall economy . Notes and expression changes are determined by the historical patterns of the Consumer Confidence Index. The background sound is a piece of musique concrete featuring the processed sounds of an antique ticker tape machine.

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