Visualizing Music : Ephemeral :)    (HD available on vimeo)

The music is Floral Piano by Milieu.

I’ve been visualizing entire songs for a bit where I’d see and overall color atmosphere, but I wanted to see what would happen at a smaller scale, to be able to focus on a moment, on a smaller section of a song and to really feel that moment.

This is my first iteration of trying to achieve this, it’s still pretty quirky, but it works :)

Make yourself some nice tea, sit back and enjoy the song :) 

Another series of visualized songs. I used the same music-to-color settings as in my first experiment, I’ve only changed the way the ‘data’ is shown :)

So the first song is “Insane feat. Moon Holiday” by Flume (listen to it here)

The second is “Maybe You’ll Get Some, Maybe You Won’t” by Jim Guthrie (listen to it here)

And the third song is “Deadbeat Summer” by Neon Indian (listen to it here)

So, if you’re following me on twitter you might have seen that I’ve been playing around with the idea of visualizing sound over time. So here were my first results from this experiment (Each line of pixels is equal to 2 seconds) :

The first song that is visualized above is “L” by Tycho (that you can listen to here)

The second is “Unicat” by Mr. Oizo (listen to it here)

The Third is “D.A.N.C.E” by Justice (you can listen to it here)

I really like how we can feel the different styles by just looking at the results, but also the similarities :) More to come !