This is a track called 'Wah' sent to me by didgeridoo player Ken Shapley. I visualised it using my cymatics water setup. To give you physical scale this is about 3cm across. The only post production I've done is to mask around it ...Read More
John explains and demonstrates cymatics using harmonicism and a range of custom built instruments. Read More
This audio-visual scientific art project - founded by Jan Zehn in 1999 - focusses on the development of creative art tools and instruments for cymatics based spatial image and sound design and animation. Understanding Cymatics as the basical process of creating ...Read More
2500 thousand years ago Pythagoras walked by a blacksmith’s workshop and through the clang and din he heard musical notes. More specifically, he heard intervals – perfect fifths, thirds and fourths. Had he been Archimedes, he would have shouted Eureka ...Read More
- Authored by David Green
- Posted on June 8, 2010.
musicmadevisible is a new concept in musical expression, a stream of cymatic images representing an analog of music in visual form. If our eyes could see music we would not see waves, as is commonly believed, but beautiful holographic bubbles, with ...Read More
Slovenian multiskiller working on a range of media productions. His work on Cymatics is focused on live performance with musicians. Using cymatics to create organic video projections to accompany the music. Click here for his website. Read More