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Will We Ever Run Out Of New Music?

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  1. so we have already run out of 5 and 6 note melodies, in terms of order without timing. What I fear most is the lousy lawyers who will always be looking for any reason to sue people into homelessness over something accidental like 2 melodies being similar.

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  3. I did get it 🙂 Well, I didn’t really think about the universe as something lowering the density of hydrogen… But again, I don’t think you can say „The universe is growing“ – But the again, I can’t say „The universe is infinite“ – It’s a matter of belief. 🙂 Just because light didn’t reach it yet, doesn’t mean there isn’t any hydrogen… Please correct me if I’m on deep water ;) Cheers for your reply.

  4. You only need to listen to the first 60 seconds of your video: You just said there’s 1200 years of music to be heard. So Unless humans exceed 1200 years of life, you will always have new music to listen to…

  5. Wouldn’t you never run out of new music. Because if you played every single different song out of that finite amount of sounds at the same time, wouldn’t that produce a new song? Plus it’s not every running out of music, it’s running out of good music. I mean, no one wants any more Friday sounding songs.

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  7. very interesting. even though this is fairly through, it doesnt account for music written in other forms by different cultures, with that factored in, i dont think the human race willl last long enough to use all the combinations

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