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While researching a new local podcast with creative interviews I came across the following awesomeness, supposedly coded to work in a web browser:

Musical spectrum analysis from Jon-Kyle on Vimeo.

A musical tone consists of multiple overlapping sine-waves oscillating at varying rates. This motion graphic represents the isolated frequencies and rhythmic patterns of Ryan York's “If I Am This Forest”. Of particular interest is the swell beginning at 0:45, and multiple simultaneous frequencies which form the single melodic vocal line at 2:05.

You can purchase If I Am This Forest, which I designed the packaging for, by visiting http://nonprojects.net

http://boomkat.com/downloads/447052-ryan-york-if-i-am-this-forest-ep

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