# Chris Potter “Rumples”¶

## Discographic Information¶

Instrument |
ts |

Total Duration |
128.1 s |

Position in Track |
03:56-06:04 |

Album Title |
Ultrahang |

Label |
Artishare (81226) |

Recording Date |
2009 |

Line Up |
Chris Potter (ts); Adam Rogers (g); Craig Taborn (p); Nate Smith (dr) |

Style |
FUSION |

Key |
F-min |

Signature |
4/4 |

Groove/Feel |
FUNK |

Tonality Class |
MODAL |

MusicBrainz ID |
7e654613-d061-4610-b3fb-b7537a5afca3 |

More Info |
Wikipedia |

## Piano Roll¶

## MIDI¶

## Transcription¶

Chord changes of solo:

```
A1: ||F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 |F-7 ||
I1:
```

## Statistics¶

### Features¶

Number of Notes |
821 | |

Number of Bars |
72 bars | |

Number of Choruses |
1 | |

Mean Tempo |
134.9 (MEDIUM) | |

Event Density |
6.41 Notes/s | |

Metrical Event Density |
11.39 Notes/bar | |

Median Swing Ratio |
1.0:1 | Ratio of longer to shorter eighth of beats with binary subdivision. |

Metrical Centroid |
2+ | Mean concentration of events in the bar, rounded and normalized to 4/4. |

Syncopicity |
32.2 % | Share of syncopated notes. |

Ambitus |
44-91 (47) | Min/max and range of MIDI pitches. |

Extrema ratio |
42.5 % | Share of notes with direction reversal (i.e, minima and maxima of pitch contour). |

### Extended Chordal Diatonic Pitch Class Histogram¶

Extended Chordal Diatonic Pitch Class *is calculated in reference to the
underlying chord.*

### Pitch Class Histogram¶

### MIDI Pitch Histogram¶

### Semitone Interval Histogram¶

### Refined Contour Histogram¶

*Also known as “fuzzy intervals” or interval classification.
See* here *for
definition of classes*

### Metrical Circle Map (N=48) Histogram¶

*Metrical circle maps divides the bar duration into
equal sized bins (48 in this case) and maps
metrical positions to the corresponding bin.
(Labels normalized to 4/4 measure).*