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Artsy Graphic Equalizer Answered

Here's a new way to visualize music. I never really understood the thrill of watching the bars light up and turn off in response to music, but this is much more entertaining.



via Wooster Collective

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golfer12345

10 years ago

dat cool if it is all stop motion then that must of taken a log time

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=SMART=

10 years ago

HAHAHA brilliant!!! i live the music!! my favorite ones are the chairs and the lights :D

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AlloySkull

10 years ago

That's really awesome! Of course, I am a huge lover of graphic equalizers. I do understand what they mean, and I have a love for everything that measures wattage, voltage (in a basic sense, "beats" to the music. But this is amazing, and must have taken a lot of work! Props! If you could do VU meters, I think I'd worship you. :P

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sponges

10 years ago

the frequncy analysier is never very entrhralling because our perception of music doesn't give use to the data, so we see only vague patters in the display. There isn't much more readable data in the wavefomr. This is really well done though. How did you do it? I am hoping you made an image for every possible bar height and had code translate the data, but I suspect you did it oldschool- by hand. Props either way!

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spongessponges

Reply 10 years ago

splelling erors are the result of inebriation, i apologize.

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richelton

10 years ago

Okay, now that's kinda cool.