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Graphical Music: Harmonics Animated

Monday, May 15, 2006

"A musical realization of the motion graphics of john whitney as described in his book "digital harmony."
See here.
posted by linnerd40, Monday, May 15, 2006


1 Comments:

I am a musician, having played the Violin since I was about six.

I just found this fascinating.

I found myself mesmerised by the perfect rendition of the musical sound, by the mathematical structure - or is it the other way round?

You see the structure unfolding in time, you hear the music and you feel the emotion which the music invokes.

Just think what multi-dimensional structures a composer like Richard Wagner was able to produce and the complex, powerful emotions which result.

There is a real mystery here I feel.

I really like your Blog - keep up the good work. I have just started a 'L.A.M.P.' training course and could do with your expertise!

All the best

commented by Blogger Dennis, 9:02 PM  

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