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THE BEAUTIFUL FORMULA LANGUAGE / VIDEO TUTORIALS

In COMPOSITIONS on October 17, 2015 at 10:34 am

M meter


The meter is a fixed point with a surrounding area.
The meter is used to accomplish an equal partition of the surface.
A meter is numbered from left to right and top to bottom.

Example: 1/4 (square & horizontal format)

 

Example: 1/9

 

Meters with the additional letter b include the surface border and the four corners.

Example: 1/4b

 

Example: 1/9b


A area


The area surrounds the meter and is defined by the rows and columns between meters. The area and its meter have the same numbering.

Example: 1/4

 

Example: 1/9

 

Example: 1/4b

 

Example: 1/9b


U unit


The unit defines the basic size of any kind of mark on the surface. 1 is the smallest size of a mark, 2 is twice as big, 3 is three times bigger and so forth…


T takt


The takt is a fixed number of units during one single entry.

Examples: takt 2, 3, 4 & 5 (A T2, B T3, C T4, D T5)


R rhythmical motive


The rhythmical motive is a fixed sequence of units during one single entry.

Examples: 2,2,3,1 or 1,2,1,3,1,5


E element


The element is a unique character of a unit.
Elements are numbered by a, b, c

Examples:

M 1/4
R 2,2,3,1
E a,b,c


P procedure


The procedure defines the painting process.

Examples:

M 1/4
R 1,2,1,3,1,5
E a,b,c,d,e,f
P *a1,b2,c1,d3,e1,f5


# entry


The entry defines how often each element can participate.

Examples:

M 1/4
R 1,2,1,3,1,5
E a,b,c,d,e,f
P *a1,b2,c1,d3,e1,f5 #3


 

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