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Is there an audio recording from the bar code in the circles in the Primer?  Thanks to Makezine at YouTube for their video of an optical tremolo audio player.  It uses light to read the audio tones that are translated to sound from a spinning colored disc.

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published on Aug 23, 2012



http://droneteam.com/history/isaac/pacl-lang-analysis-p123-fullsize.jpg

Origin of the word Tremolo
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tremolo

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Tremolo was invented by the late 16th-century composer Claudio Monteverdi[1][2] and, written as repeated semiquavers (sixteenth notes), used for the stile concitato effects in Il combattimento di Tancredi e Clorinda.





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