I'd also bet it would be the sudden rush of sugar. Try this: Make some sugar water, with tons of water and drink it. If it brings headaches then you're done. If not then you might want to research a little further.
A (serious) problem of my own please.
I have a math problem, which needs coding, but can't solve it myself. tried in GWBasic (laugh all you want) and I can't get any further.
I'm looking to make an 'undefinite' (not really) strings of pitches/notes which have no repeated elements in them.
The way that music works is that the human mind can make the connection with previously heard pitches, or similar note connections. So if we assume that the 12 notes are numbered 1-12 then having 1-3-5 and then 6-8-10 would be faulty, because the intervals (space between the notes) is the same in every case.
So... *I think* that the following are the conditions:
1. Notes are numbered from 1-88 (from A0 to C8 or something).
2. I need to be able to define how many notes will be in the series I will get. (from 2 to however many is possible. It's not infinite actually. After a while you're forced to repeat a pattern and thus *BAM!*)
3. I cannot repeat the same note twice in a row (so the series cannot be 1-45-23-23-35-whatever).
4. The notes cannot move higher or lower than 11. (Since the octave is 12 semitones, thus 12 in an interval), you can't go 8-20 (since it's the same note an octave higher), or 22-10 (for the same reason, but lower).
5. I need to be able to input the starting note (from 1 to 88).
6. What else do we need? The series must have a random effect, but it's not random by any means, with so many rules above... S
If someone is interested in building a code for me? I think that it can't be too difficult. I would be even interested in paying a small sum (30$ or something) to someone who does this for me... :-/
Perhaps there's more info to be needed, but I can't recall anything right now. We need to contact in PM, or MSN, or other...