Thursday, 25 September 2008

Snapshot Music

One interesting tool for research (and fun) idea as an application of Synestesia method: Snapshot Music. What you see is a camera lens and loudspeakers on a side of a box. If the camera detects some change on the view the system will wait until the view is nearly static and then the system will generate music using up to 16 instruments and after a few seconds one can listen to the music. The piece will last about one minute and the process will start from the beginning. This tool could be used for experimental musicology in many ways and for music therapy for example. LAURI GRÖHN

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