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The images, composed in relation to precise sound/sign/colour correspondences, follow the changes of the music as it is processed by the 'autom@tedVisualMusic'* software. This program can be configured to create random multiple visual-music variations, starting from a simple sonorous/visual cell. It generates a new and original audio-visual composition each time play is clicked.

  • autom@tedVisualMusiC_ 3.01 is generative Visual-Music software planned and realized by Sergio Maltagliati.

>Goldberg_Variations: music by J.S. Bach and computer music transcription by Pietro Grossi (Soft TAUMUS synthesizer TAU2, IBM 370/168 Institutes of CNR CNUCE and IEI - Pisa, Italy 1980).
>Net_Surfing 3.0
>Sound_Life: computer music by Pietro Grossi

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Sergio Maltagliati
12 October 2002
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autom@tedVisualMusiC, Florence, Italy, Sergio Maltagliati
Attribution: Sergio Maltagliati
interface, interact, HTML, Generative, Flash, audio, Animation, Abstract
Attribution: Rhizome staff
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12 October 2002
Rhizome staff