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What is the Pitch Rhythm Mapping™ Technology ?


Pitch Rhythm


Pitch Rhythm Mapping is a new audio/music technology developed by William Lenihan, Professor of Music and Jazz Studies at Washington University, St Louis, and Jay Oliver, a highly acclaimed Los Angeles-based composer/producer.


Does pitch rhythm make music as we know it?

Everyday music is more complex than most of us realize. Even the simplest of lullabies. The fact is nearly all music as we know it is actually comprised of two separate sciences, both appearing at the same time.
For the first time ever, the new Pitch Rhythm Mapping technology combines these two otherwise separate sciences, melody/pitch (1) and rhythm/beat (2). The result is a greatly simplified music that is scientifically simple to comprehend, and that spells out – in building blocks – a pure and understandable math.


To understand this further, imagine you are a student in class with 2 math teachers in the room, each talking to you at the same time.
One teaches you algebra while the other teaches you calculus. It would be nearly impossible to grasp either subject, as they both hit you simultaneously, therefore you just shut down altogether.


99.999% of all music in the world contains the 2 mathematically-based sciences of
1) pitch/melody, simultaneously with
2)  beat/rhythm.



Does pitch rhythm work at the same time?


No. They operate independently with no link between them. To an infant, all this music (including
simple lullabies) sounds like two math teachers in the same room. Interesting perhaps, but for
the baby it is an onslaught of information therefore neither science is comprehended.



What the Pitch Rhythm Mapping™ method does is to sync the two “math teachers”, where they are both presenting the same information at the same time. This greatly simplifies the information and allows the baby to not only experience it, but understand it.
Through this delivery method, your baby can begin to grasp the foundations of spatial relationships, symmetry, distance, proportion, motion, depth perception, inclusion, resolution, cause & effect and binary relationships at a far earlier age, giving him/her a head start to a much easier learning curve later on in life.



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