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May 11, 2015 AT 9:00 am

Music You Can See #MusicMonday

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The Oakland Toy Lab posted a wonderful music visualization tutorial on instructables!

Music isn’t just for ears anymore. What ears have done for millions of years, oscilloscopes have done for about a hundred. Grab a thrift store keyboard, an electronic kid’s toy, or any other electronic soundmaker and with a quick hack, turn those tunes into something your eyeballs can enjoy.

This is also a wonderful introduction, to waves, frequency, amplitude, harmonics, and many things under the physics sun. So, take that, you may just get in some learning, too. 🙂

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1 Comment

  1. Exactly. This concept is not new. I’ve been doing that since I was a kid. It’s amazing watching waveforms with various sounds and vocals.

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