Light & sound study

Observing general sounds in various speeds with light changes

17 responses to Light & sound study

  1. If not for the caption, I would have been watching the video and wondering, “Such a crappy video!” But, really, lovely video! I had the opportunity to witness some cool observations with the kind of variations that you played with. Thanks!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Yes I decided to be quite straight forward with this one, as it was what I was looking at. Most of the other times I haven’t a clue and probably leave many in the same boat – beware there may be a future of captionless crap in the future !

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        There’s rarely any intentional crypticism embedded, but if you find that sort of thing interesting by all means go for gold!

  2. I am keen on sound art but couldn’t get any volume on this despite doing the volume on screen and on PC…probably my stupidity kicking in again!

      • Ear ear sir – how about something along these lines?!

        Some of the finest beards sported by man in film there, I’m sure you’ll both agree.

        And somehow the keeness attached to listening when watching your study Jessie feels like it fits with something like an ear trumpet, just as a magnifying glass might take it to the next level too.

        – esme genuinely hard of hearing on the left upon the Cloud

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        That has to be one of the best video’s I’ve watched in a while, hilarious!

        ‘That three-horned one was usually camouflaged with fruit!’- the high note after finishing the word -fruit- was utterly mind bobbling.

      • That was the line that jumped out at me too! Hahahahaha. I thought the video would tickle you, it had me laughing too.

        – esme camouflaging her own three horns with bananas and grapes upon the Cloud

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Thanks Marissa, it’s currently my new side bed lamp, actually almost busted one of the poppets- something probably to do with too much power surging into such minimal bulbs. Whoopie daisy!

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