6 comments


  • Lloyd Hargrove

    That free music download really tricks out the visuals of my Windows Media Player! Definitely some spellcasting going on there, how is that done anyway? I might have to break down and actually buy some of that music! About that free will thing… don’t worry, it’s just an experiment to see how well we can get along on our own. I suspect the experiment is about over. 😉

    July 28, 2012
    • What? How spellcasting is done? As you will it, so mote it be!

      If you do happen to purchase some of Alka’s music let him know as he would like to hear from you. Also, he’s on facebook in case you were interested in keeping up with his future endeavors.

      July 29, 2012
  • Lloyd Hargrove

    Sorry Chris, I wasn’t asking as to the how on the spellcasting, but rather how the Windows Music Player translates those sounds into images. If you haven’t watched this music with visuals, try it some time. Even MS calls it “Alchemy”. 😉

    While playing music, Windows Media Player can show visualizations. The current three visualizations are Alchemy, Bars and Waves, and “Battery”. I’m told that Macs are even more sophiscated with this kind of feature. There are also numerous other themes one can download to give different visuals. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Music_visualization

    August 01, 2012
    • I’ll have to check this out. BRB 🙂

      August 01, 2012
  • Lloyd Hargrove

    Ok! Even my Ubuntu machine does this quite well!

    August 01, 2012
  • Pretty cool. I’m not sure if it bases its changes, patterns and motions on the music or not, but it sure seems to respond to it. I might have to listen to more of Alka with the visualizations turned-on to see what happens. 😉

    August 01, 2012

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