Students from 9G at IES Eskilstuna have created and submitted a poster for Nobel Museum's Musikjakten competition. Hundreds of students across Sweden participated by creating music using a digital music engine based on principles of evolution. Sounds were created by pairing and mutating the "genetic code" of other sounds through multiple generations to create new and unique sounds. Students then analysed data collected about both the sounds created and information about the users' musical tastes and habits to see if any trends could be seen.
In the final step, the students created a poster describing the research and their results, including a link to one of the new sounds created.
Our students' poster is one of the 25 finalists in the competition. Now it's time for the public to vote!
Follow the link below and click on the Facebook "Like" button at the bottom of the page to help them win! The three posters with the most "likes" will be submitted to a jury and they will select the winning poster.
The prize for the winning poster is three tickets to the Nobel Prize Ceremony in Stockholm in December!
If you want to see the other posters in the competition, you can look here,
Vote today and share the news with your family and friends. Let's work together and help 9G win the competition! You can even share the link with all of your Facebook contacts today!