This is an analysis of Merzbow's "Meattrapezoid" I have made in order to contribute to the OREMA community and hopefully to trigger a discussion on the need of analysis nowadays!
It's interesting that after listening to the piece myself and not finding any main structure that you have managed not only to find a motive, but variations of that motive throughout. Your ideas of noise density and noise intervals interested me and I would have linked more information on what you actually mean when you use these terms in relation to analysis.
I must admit that I think you answered your own question at the end as I found your analysis very thought provoking. It gave me a perspective into how you viewed the piece; a perspective very different to my own. I believe there is great value in that. Analysis is not just segmentation, but also the communication of an idea or concept relating to a piece of music. How you use this information is up to you, but there are certainly uses for analysis which I hope OREMA facilitates.
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