Matthew Irvine Brown decided to try a musical experiment: to write a series of short, interlocking phrases (each formatted as an individual MP3) that can be played in any order and still (sort of) make musical sense.
On his website, he explains his research and findings behind it and, as a bonus, provides the very melodic tracks for download. Visit his site here.
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