Typical Sunday Morning(?):
I wake up asking myself whether it would be possible to modify the ByteWriter program to visualize DNA.
After breakfast, a couple of cups of coffee, and a few hours, the answer is: It is.
After looking through a database containing the human genome and visualizing a portion of the 15th chromosome, partially responsible for eye and skin color, I noticed some repeating patterns.
This is what that first segment sounds like.
The source file contains only 4 characters (A, C, G, & T) in raw UTF-8 text. So the natural conversion is translating the data into 8-bit mono audio stream.
I can’t believe how much this resembles raw machine code.