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Hear up to 1,000,000 (900K+ base 12), digits of pi (50,000 computed) with various instruments (guitar, piano and others), one at a time or continuously with various tempo rates. Playing 12 Standard Notes In order to play the 12 standards notes ( C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B ), the decimal equivalent of Pi must be converted into duodecimal or base 12. The application takes a shortcut as converting such a precise number with imprecise datatypes is difficult. Instead the application takes each grouping of 5 digits as they are calculated and converts those to base 12. What gets played are these "pseudo"-base 12 digits. How it works Playing the calculated pi value - Simply click one of the three visible notes and the sound will play. - If you want the notes to play continuously press the play button the notes will play until you reach the end, unless you have 'loop sound' selected. - Press the previous arrow to return the the previous note, based on the skip amount. - Similarly press the next arrow to advance the notes by the skip amount. - You can play notes at the same time they are being auto played. - Click on the instrument icon on the main menu to cycle through them. - Minor update to fix the app list control. - Fix ad control, add ability to play 1,000,000 digits of pi. - Bug fixes. - Initial release.


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For ages 3 and up




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