DNA Music Introduction Video
DNA Music Process
We are now translating Ancestry.com and
23 and Me
clients data into DNA music. If you have already had your DNA processed
you can upload the data to directly to us securely and directly through this website.
Just click the 'upload' button above to get started and send us your DNA data to be created into music.
Order your DNA Kit Here for 125 GBP
Your DNA Song Platinum
Platinum Package : A Full DNA music translation, Score, All DNA
access to DNA Music Database for one year and full music production
by acclaimed composer Stuart Mitchell
Does not Include Genetic testing costs.
Your DNA Song Gold
Gold Package: (Music Only) DNA to Music, Translation and Production
A full DNA music translation using the highest quality music sample's.
Does NOT Include Genetic testing costs.
Your DNA Song Silver
Silver Package: Basic DNA Music MIDI-
DNA to Music Translation
in basic MIDI format. Does NOT include Genetic Testing
Now you can spread the cost of your DNA music production over 3 months.
* Platinum Subscription (Full
Orchestral Production) 100.00 GBP for each month, for 4
Our Platinum Package is a fully scored Orchestral work translated produced and arranged by professional composers to your preferred style, tempo and instrumentation.
*Gold Subscription (Solo Instruments) 50.00 GBP for each month, for 4 instalments
Have your DNA music translated, arranged and scored for any Solo instrument of your choice, for example: Piano, Guitar, Harp, Flute all performed and recorded by professional artists.
DNA music has been developed since the early 1970's when
Geneticists found it easier to read the long strands of
DNA code by assigning musical pitches to the 22 Amino
Acids. This allowed them to compare DNA, look for
mutations, and reverse engineer these tones back into
proteins. This opened the way for more musical
scientists to develop the system further until today
where DNA music is now being taken very seriously by
composers and musicians as a new form and medium of the
Prof. Susumu Ohno (of Beckman Research Institute of the City of Hope, who died on January 13, 2000, at the age of 71) proposed years ago that the repetition process governs both the musical composition and the DNA sequence construction . see this paper by Ohno in Immunogenetics (1986) titled: "The all pervasive principle of repetitious recurrence governs not only coding sequence construction but also human endeavor in musical composition".
Dr. David W. Deamer is professor of
Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of
California, Santa Cruz. Dr. Deamer has a life-long
interest in the relation between art and science, and
was among the first to recognize that musical patterns
could be translated from base sequences in DNA. He has
collaborated with Susan Alexjander, a Santa Cruz
musician/composer, in publishing several tapes and CDs
of DNA music.
Regular patterns and sequences of notes exist throughout music, from the pitches of a scale to the rhythms of a song. The same goes for the building blocks of life. Patterns govern the way molecules fit together to construct a DNA molecule or a protein strand. When these patterns are "translated" into the patterns of music, some of them contain very interesting melodies and rhythms. DNA music is a new and unique way of experiencing the complexity of life.
The translation of DNA code into music is a lengthy process, but the final production results in music of great beauty and expression.
We always put the music
style, instrumentation and overall 'feel' in the hands of our
clients and every DNA song has our clients own musical
preferences embeded in the music itself.
Please enjoy these DNA music samples of some of our most recent clients.