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Emergent Harmony
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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.


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.


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

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