Saturday 13 October 2012

Music Based on the Higgs-Boson Data

Scientists have been searching for the Higgs Boson in the subatomic mishmash for years. Now that it’s probably been found, what’s the best way to celebrate? With some tunes, of course. To really get down at CERN, you want something unique. That’s why Domenico Vicinanza, a professional composer and particle physicist has used the preliminary Higgs data as the basis for a new piece of music, which you can hear above.


1 comment:

  1. Vicinanza is not a professional composer; he merely converted the data to notes.

    The composition above is by Benjamin Doyle, who took the notes and made the music around them himself -

    Credit videos correctly!