RGB MusicLab
RGB MusicLab
41

5.0

RGB MusicLab free download for Mac

RGB MusicLab41

16 October 2013

Convert the RGB color values of an image into music.

Overview

RGB MusicLab converts RGB (Red, Green and Blue) value of an image to Chromatic scale music. The program reads the RGB value of pixels from the top left to the bottom right of an image. One pixel makes a harmony of three note of RGB value, and the length of note is decided by the brightness of the pixel. RGB value 120 or 121 is the center C, and RGB value 122 or 123 is added a half steps of the scale that is C#.

What's new in RGB MusicLab

Version 41:
  • No password can play the first 10 colors of music.

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6 Reviews of RGB MusicLab

Joeschisa
13 March 2010
Version: 32

Most helpful

Very nice, agree with all positive comments posted. I'd give it stars but I've little use for it, and didn't use it much (yet) sad to say (as an old fading musician, got enough "noise" in my ears). But how about an inverse function, make pic from music, though perhaps it would be a bit of difficult work with assigning colors to sounds and determining what are those given pitches/harmonies/etc..
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Joeschisa
13 March 2010
Version: 32
Very nice, agree with all positive comments posted. I'd give it stars but I've little use for it, and didn't use it much (yet) sad to say (as an old fading musician, got enough "noise" in my ears). But how about an inverse function, make pic from music, though perhaps it would be a bit of difficult work with assigning colors to sounds and determining what are those given pitches/harmonies/etc..
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Samuel222
10 January 2010
Version: 30
The application is awesome indeed! I believe the developer is a talented person. Just amazing!
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Djefis
08 December 2008
Version: 25
Simply awesome!! *****Stars.
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Moogan
08 December 2008
Version: 25
Interesting and inspired application. Definitely worth experimenting with if you are into creating music, loads of options and possibilities. Having tried similar tools over the years this is a polished and easy to use application. Fun and creative.
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Aikousha
30 June 2008
Version: 22
An intriguing idea. How about an app that will do something similar to the data, via the speech synthesizer. That could be hilarious, and if you could limit the conversion to a layer, or an attribute, you could even hide messages in images... a more modern version of the secret-code-watches of the 50's and 60's. Steganography, it's fun. ^_^
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Dalahast
13 December 2007
Version: .09
Yes! I'm so glad to see a feature for adjusting really high and low notes, if you ever try to listen to an icon, you'll see why… It'd be nice to see a feature for transparent parts of an image to not be counted at all. A row of transparent pixels with just one opaque pixel would then cause the opaque pixel to be played as if it were the entire line.
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