Musical Colors h3 Thu Imagine the sound generated by using color instead of any conventional instrument! Audible Colors project not only that! This is an audio-visual instruments where the sound is generated based on the color detected by a web cam connected to the computer. Musical notes correspond to certain colors (red, green and blue). . And just like the color wheel, when you mix primary colors, secondary colors produce different notes
size color effect on the volume and frequency of the notes played.
color detection and sound generation are created and controlled by using the code for processing.
sonic color system is based on marriage between primary colors and music theory.
colors red, blue, green, and the visual foundation for the mixing of colors and music notes A, D and F are the base triad corresponding colors.
secondary colors (color is fundamental when you mix three) of purple, teal and brown are tuned to a musical triad C, E and G.
visual mixing of red, blue and / or green reflects the combined output audio notes.
‘image’ aspect is not limited to water drops from the pipette.
Numerous experiments were carried out using materials such as acrylic paint, food color in milk with ordinary soap and household items.
Each investigation has created a new kind of fun and easy to gestural music making.
Here are some key features:
Thu Designers: Hideaki Matsui and Momo Miyazaki
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