'Color a Sound' Creates Music With Felt Markers and a Projector

 - Jul 5, 2011
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The 'Color a Sound' project uses felt markers and a projector to create a unique kind of music. The project works by associating a different sound with a color placed on the transparent sheets; blue corresponds to a low note on the octave, while green and red are associated to middle and high notes respectively.

What I find particularly interesting about the 'Color a Sound' project is how it uses pretty common objects to create an unconventional form of music. Have a look at the video and see for yourself.

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