All those stations, playing all that music, all the time! There's at
least 40 different songs being played every week on most radio
stations! Who has enough time in the day to listen to them all? That's why
we've set up banks of computers to do the listening for us. They know what
you really want to hear. They're trading variety for variance.
Eigenradio plays only the most important frequencies, only the beats
with the highest entropy. If you took a bunch of music and asked it,
“Music, what are you, really?” you'd hear Eigenradio singing back at you.
When you're tuned in to Eigenradio, you always know that you're hearing the
latest, rawest, most statistically separable thing you can possibly put in
Via raccooon : notes and scavengings, The statistically optimal music since
Eigenradio is certainly different. The esscence of over 40 different songs
condenced into a cocaphony of sound that almost has a beat you could
dance to. “Avant-garde” could be one term to describe it. “A radio scanning
way too fast” could be another term. “Noise” is yet a third
And ironically enough, according to Information
Theory, Eigenradio is more interesting than pop radio.
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