Astonishingly beautiful music visualization for Meier & Erdmann’s Howler Monkey. Winamp never had it this good. Amazing. — via CDM
The video side is the work of Víctor Doval, a prolific artist with a particular knack for generative work based in Valencia, Spain.
He writes about the process:
“The whole sequence has been created in a procedural way where the definition of every part has been based on mathematical integrations.”
“To manage all this data flow I worked with Processing and Blender. The Blender add-on Sverchok has been the cornerstone in the creation and transformation of the geometry.”
“The initial idea came from the understanding of music as a temporal journey, a changing landscape that is perceived via the ears. The track Howler Monkey written and performed by Meier & Erdmann invites the listener to travel through the subjective/individual and the abstract.”
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