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In this video from Jerobeam Fenderson, we take a dive into what the artist refers to as...

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Watch An Introduction To Oscilloscope Music

In this video from Jerobeam Fenderson, we take a dive into what the artist refers to as oscilloscope music, a term he uses to describe the connection between music and its respective visual output on an oscilloscope.

While some may consider the visual patterns on an oscilloscope to be trivial in comparison to the music that is producing them, it is still an interesting phenomena that certain frequency groupings can create such stark differences in observed output.

You can check out one of Fenderson’s oscilloscope-based tracks, Planets, in the music video below.

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