Chicago-based self-taught web developer and artist Nicholas Rougeux did something rather remarkable, he took the scores of classical composers and turned them into wonderfully colorful fractal images. In fact, he created the entire process and you can see the visuals take shape as each piece is played here.
Each dot represents a note in the score. Pitch is indicated by the distance from the center of the image, while the time at which the note occurs is given by the angle from the 12 o’clock position. The size of the dot indicates the duration of the note, and the color of the dot is different for each instrument.
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