Select/change sonification properties

Sonification Algorithm
Reading frame codons
Protein sequence
Tri-nucleotides
Di-nucleotide pairs
Di-nucleotides
Mono-nucleotides
Sonification Algorithm help
*A degenerate algorithm that generates 20 distinct notes from each of 3 frames (3 instruments).
Similar to above except that it generates 20 notes from the 1st frame only (1 instruments).
A non-degenerate algorithm that generates 64 notes from the 1st frame (1 instrument).
A non-degenerate algorithm that generates 16 notes from from 2 frames, not biologically relevant.
A non-degenerate algorithm that generates 16 notes from from 1 frame, not biologically relevant.
A non-degenerate algorithm that generates 4 notes, 1 from each nucleotide, not biologically relevant



Start/Stop codons
Silent until ATG
Restart on ATG
Restart after 10 codons
Ignore Start/Stop

Start/Stop codons help (*Only relevant for the 'Reading frame codons' option).
No audio is generated in either frame until an ATG codon is detected. Silence follows a STOP codon.
Each frames is audible until a STOP codon occurs, ATG restarts the frames audio.
Each frames is audible until a STOP codon occurs, audio resrarts after 10 bases or ATG is passed
Each frame is audible for the duration of the sequence, regardless of STOP or START (ATG) codons

Highlight STOP START Codons
yes
no
Highlight STOP START Codons help
Sonify START codon (ATG) with an Electric Snare and sonify STOP codons; TGA with a Crash Cymbal, TAA with a Chinese Cymbal and TAG with the Ride-Bell (Not relevant for the Di/Mono-nucleotide algorthms)


Apply the Sonification algorthm to the selected DNA sequence

      Generate random sequence

Make random sequence
Enter between 3 to 99 codons (1 codon = 3 bp)
      Test and example DNA sequences
      Paste a DNA sequence
      Yeast rRNA Genes


Written by Mark Temple, School of Science and Health, Western Sydney University