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This piece is part of a growing body of work that explores an interest in and the development of a relationship between color and sound. While there is no literal aural equivalent of a color or chromatic equivalent of a sound (not to be confused with the term "chromatic" in music theory in reference to chromatic scales, for example), I am interested in equivalent, sensorial experiences.
The images used in this piece are derived from one of my sketchbooks and are used here to create an abstract landscape. The color of the images corresponds to the sound generated which, in turn, is generated by taking the colors frequency in THz and simply generating the sound in a range that we can actually hear (The colors in the visible spectrum have a frequency interval that ranges between ~ 430–750 THz, well beyond the range of human hearing—which is approximately 20-20,000 Hz). To widen the range a bit, I doubled and halved the frequency number so as to expand the frequency range into 8 octaves (when going beyond 8 octaves, the shifting of the tone becomes difficult to discern).