Color a Sound [MaxMSP, Sound]

Color a Sound is a sound installation by Blair Neal, that invites participants to color on a transparency and hear a corresponding sound. Sound is triggered when it passes a line, observed by MaxMSP software running in the background. Different colors control the octave of a note, blue - low, green - middle and red - high. Modes can also be changed so that blue colours trigger 808 drum sounds instead of chimes.

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