12 Piano notes made visible for the first time

For the first time in history individual piano notes have been made visible using the CymaScope instrument. 
The piano notes were painstakingly recorded by Evy King and then fed into the CymaScope one by one 
and the results recorded in high definition video.

Music, in the absolute sense, is the invisible geometry of the cosmos, a delicate tracery of frequencies that harmonise with each other and from which all matter manifests. 

The conductor of this sublime symphony is the Creative Force of the cosmos, some people prefer to say: God.

Music, as sensed by humans, is a delicate tracery of audible frequencies that harmonise with each other and  generally please our emotions.

What is not commonly known is that music has the almost magical power to create form from formlessness…



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6 responses to “12 Piano notes made visible for the first time”

  1. Alex Jones says :

    You dig up some amazing sources. This is beautiful. One could code a composition of music into architecture. Nice find.

    Music is a pattern, and patterns underpin the world of energy. Music and mathematics is what Pythagoras brought together under harmonics.

    • otove says :

      Thanks Alex. They say In Egypt there is a Double Cube, and if you sit in it you can hear your heart beating, and if you stay there long enough you can see it beating in the architecture of the pyramids.

      Spooky no?

  2. Religion4All says :

    How cool! I have seen some photos too of how different kind of music affect the structure of water molecules. Pretty amazing!

    • otove says :

      Yeah, there was a japanese Scientist who studied ice crystals and how human emotions effect them, Cant remember the name though.

  3. janeadamsart says :

    Very interesting indeed, and it is good to be in touch

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