Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Beethoven, Tchaikovsky, Liszt, Mozart, RGB

We often hear creatives asking the printer to give their color more "pop" - or make it "sing."
Well, now there may be a way to do just that. RGB MusicLab is a free application for the MAC OS that converts the RGB pixel values of an image to Chromatic scale music (MIDI or AIFF file) by reading a score directly from the image data.
And if the music the image creates is not very melodic...well, you can honestly blame the original supplied art for that.
You can download the application by clicking HERE

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