1. MRMRusso says:

    That’s the most beautiful song I’ve ever heard… unfortunately by playing those notes aloud the secrets of the universe have torn the heavens asunder and a mega black hole has begun sucking the universe back into a single atom. We have 6 days left to live before all of creation is contained in a single point. Thanks guy, sounded great.

  2. number one says:

    wonder what pie sounds like

  3. Rob Leather says:

    Wait a minute… that’s the incidental music from LOST!!!!

  4. Rob Leather says:

    So now we’ve seen pie, heard it. I wonder what pi tastes like……

  5. Skeptic says:

    That was just a piece of pi.

  6. Mr, Ed - the Imitation (accept no original) says:

    Arrggg, jes put a lil’ ‘air around dat pie and sheel be good ’nuff to et. Arrgg.

  7. deowll says:

    Um not only the music of the spheres but the music of circles as well.

  8. CrankyGeeksFan says:

    Repeating π’s notes forms an ostinato – PLUS – the initial melody is embellished with other melodies created by the diminution and augmentation of note values from the original melody – EQUALS – a polyphonic composition.

    I wonder what e sounds like?; e is approximately equal to 2.71828183.

    In the mid-1990s, the University of Waterloo professor who had calculated π to the most digits gave a lecture at my university. He would have been proud.

  9. AlanB says:

    Pie sounds pretty good right now.

  10. So what says:

    Could have done with out the majority of the first 34 seconds, otherwise interesting. Not good or bad, sounds a bit like the soundtrack to some commercial though.

  11. MarcPelletier says:

    That was clearly in the ‘dorian mode’. I much prefer pie ‘a la mode’.

    sorry – had to do it…

  12. Ah_Yea says:

    Carl Sagan would have loved this. Fits with his book Cosmos.

  13. admfubar says:

    i would much rather have the sound that blueberry pie makes when i eat it..

  14. Animby - just phoning it in says:

    Pi with a rhythm section?

  15. Bob says:

    mmmmm… pie. Oh wait what are we talking about again?

  16. jess hurchist says:

    Pi was solved a long time ago: 22/7 – Pi is 0.001264489.
    Pi is still transcendental

  17. The Monster's Lawyer says:

    Enough already. You get the gig.

  18. Mr, Ed - the Original (with comma) says:

    And I thought Pi was a character in a barely sufferable novel…

  19. hhopper says:

    Sounds like an Apple commercial.

  20. The_Tick says:

    I am surprised there isn’t an apple ad featuring this for an app that melodosises pi with some shit about infinite soundtrack type blather that apple folk seem to gobble up.

  21. Brian says:

    wow, who would have guessed that Pi sounds exactly like the soundtrack to a cheesy infomercial?
    Thanks for making my brain hurt.

  22. Jopie says:

    @ Brian: Thanks for making me laugh out loud


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