Friday, March 28, 2014

Interface Euphoria 7.0

The following sounds are similar to what someone might want to simulate ornate wooden textures as a kind of 'living menu' or VR interface design. The wood effect is particularly desirable, because it integrates physical textures with sound effects such as creeking and music.

http://www.nathancoppedge.com/Audio

The texture, whether it is vocal, visual, or otherwise, provides an extension between interface-type effects and formal production, providing a natural context for brass or woodwind instruments (as though they grow from the trees), magical weather (technology of producing enchanting music), and providing an important allegory for adventure, because these objects exist in the music already anyway. The effect is of what has been called, perhaps erroneously, visual synesthesia.

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