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Very interested and I’m excited to see DPASR and other next steps. I was somewhat familiar with at least the basics of how ragas are constructed, so the part with modeling gamakams was really interesting to me. I didn’t have much of a schema in my mind of how that would even work


I’m impressed with how close it imitates a veena, even with out an envelope or more complicated wave forms. I guess some overtones would be welcome there for aesthetics but it is very nice as-is


I don’t have any interesting criticism really, just some words of encouragement!

csmith04:01:19 I read this paper on a sort of 12-tone music/set theory approach to melakarta, which you might find interesting.


@csmith: simple_smile That is encouraging. Thanks for watching. I’ve been trying to create an open carnatic music database (like musicbrainz) so that I can observe the gamakams better to model them. I’m also fascinated by how much deep learning can help us find patterns (both low and high level) in our own music, so I’m learning some ML too.


@csmith: You’re totally welcome to try out the ragavardhini project ( It isn’t as clean as I’d like, but I’m making some progress in cleaning it out.


Awesome, will do. So far I've mostly toyed with the world of Schoenberg and similar. Welcome change


Err I mean, it will be a welcome change