It is difficult to comprehend what a musical piece looks like in its entirety, since the listener is always focused on the music being played in a particular moment. This project aims to explore the concept of musical history, creating an interactive interface to view either random notes being generated or pitches as they are being played on the piano. This gives the user insight into the number of notes that go into a piece, as well as a breakdown of which notes are actually being played. Two different graphs are available for the visualization.

Taelynn Graham

 

Taelynn Graham is currently studying New Media at the University of Lethbridge. Originally from Innisfail, Alberta, her areas of interest include music, web development, and interactive media.

 

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