Emergent Harmony is a software technology that enable modules (smartphones or other types of microprocessors) to detect acoustic frequencies and harmonise with them to generate emergent chords.

Emergent Harmony is under development to become a new technology that can be used for composition, performance and immersive sound installations.

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Emergent Harmony was designed and built by Marguerite Tricaud from September to December 2018 at the Interactive Architecture Lab, the Bartlett School of Architeture, UCL.

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Special thanks to : Sean Malikides, Ruby Dixon, Marie Tricaud, Wallace Hobbes, Will Gallia, Luca Dellatorre, Naomi Lea, Michael Wagner, Oliver Townsend.