If you’re one of the 100,000,000 people
who’ve watched Stephen Malinowski’s YouTube videos
then skip this post.
But if Malinowski’s Music Animation Machine has passed you by, then take a look at this fabulous version of Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring.
was born on August 6, 1953 in Santa Monica, California.
He uses his computer programme to visualize music using a system of coloured shapes.
Malinowski began his experiments with animated graphical scores in 1974 and the first version of the Music Animation Machine software was created in 1985.
In 2012, Malinowski developed a version of his Music Animation Machine that could synchronize his animations with realtime performances, and premiered it with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra conducted by Alexander Shelley.
This is a lovely version of Prelude to ‘The Afternoon of a Faun’ by Debussy.
And if you want more,
subscribe to Malinowski’s YouTube channel. There’s Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and many, many more wonderful videos to enjoy.
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