Algorithms in the form of music?

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  1. CubingRF

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    The T Perm in the form of music:



    This is actually how I memorized the T Perm and other algorithms, assigning each letter, for example R, to a specific sound.
    Would love to hear what you guys' feedback and also your methods in remembering algorithms.
     
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    This is very interesting. I would love to know more about it. Did you assign similar or completely different sounds to R and R'? If doing a U2 for example would you have the U sound twice or a separate U2 sound?
    What made you choose these sounds over different piano pitches or different timbres of instruments for example?
    I assume you are musically inclined or are an auditory learning?
     
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    Of course you can!

    For the R and the R', or any inverse moves it'll be the same for me.
    For twice moves, the sound is played twice as we say U2 separated like U--2.

    I actually chose the sound over different pianos that fits well and the notes are assigned by speaking. If for example, you say the letter U with a bit of low pitch. That works same for pianos.


    For this, I use my voice and translated it into a form of sound. Musically inclined, I find myself messing stuff with this kind of thing.

    I'm no professional or a real piano player, I just tend to stick with making short music and some editing.

    Hope this answers your questions. ;)
     
  5. Prabal Baishya

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    You are welcomed:).
     
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