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post Dec 29 2009, 05:43 PM
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Very enlightening interview, Daniel !

What's very odd is that at around 3:00 Kiko discusses colours "A lydian = red" etc. and I was actually thinking about exactly that topic yesterday... The colour of music, almost like when you play a song in Windows Media Player you get coloured visual effects that sometimes give the music another feel.

I guess this is used on stage a lot with different lighting, but still it's something quite interesting to think about. Thank you for sharing, Daniel, and thanks for the chat yesterday ! wink.gif


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post Dec 29 2009, 10:16 PM
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I think tones definitely can be related to colors. But that can be so relative that is probably only a personal thing to do.

The chat yesterday was very fun! smile.gif


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