RGB MusicLab Description
This application was put together my art work studies.
RGB MusicLab converts RGB (Red, Green and Blue) value of an image and surface points (X, Y, Z) of 3D object to chromatic scale sounds. The program reads RGB value of pixels from the top left to the bottom right of an image. One Pixel makes a harmony of three note of RGB value, and the length of note is determined by Brightness of the pixel. RGB value 120 or 121 is the middle C, and RGB value 122 or 123 is added a half steps of the scale that is C#. Pure black that is R=0, G=0, B=0 is no sounds.
It is not an impression of a painting or a photograph of a musical variation. It is not an arbitrary Process. It composes a score from an image directly. It is simple and clear algorithm, and does not have any hidden or mysterious tricks. Anybody can Get a same result if he/she takes same processes.
The result of music is one of art forms, also I am developing this program for Art Work itself. You cannot force your idea to RGB Music. You can just make a path, draw a music out, and accept it to your music.
You may use the music which is made by RGB MusicLab for anything you like, such as for your video, your blog, your performance and your everyday life.
RGB MusicLab Screenshots
Screenshots are not available currently.
What's New in RGB MusicLab 34
- Added separated RGB value of note length (not harmony length)
Fg.Left: Harmony note. Click on the top left icon. FIg.Right: separated RGB note.
- Added random selection of instruments.
- Fixed color range editor bug
- Fixed "Import RGB MusicLab Data..." bug
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RGB MusicLab Requirements
No additional system requirements.