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This is definitely signal!
Isn’t that how we all visualize music?
Sadly or not, since Guitar Hero, I do visualize all music this way.
Reminds me a lot of Chemical Brother’s “Star Guitar”, by Michel Gondry. That man is a genius. See here: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x26gg0_chemical-brothers-star-guitar-miche_music, and you can find more of his work on you tube when you search for his name.
Forgot to mention that there is a great making of video (for the Star Guitar) here:
It would have been neater if the written music matched up with the music in the background.
@will—it does. It’s just one part (violin it sounds like). The tremolos and runs are perfectly in sync with the vid for me.
Thanks for posting, very cool video. On a similar note I’m reminded of the music animation machine: http://www.musanim.com/
Pretty neat way of visualizing music in a linear scrolling graph.
My first thought was that Chuck Jones could have created it.
Example of Music Animation Machine:
This is just a clever rip off of mario paint. Now I defy you to deny this genius.
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