|Drawing used to create sound.|
Monday, 6 March 2017
Adaptation B: Audio Wave Node Test #7 & Converting Images to Sound
Today I had some reassurance/advice for what I was doing for my project and some of my peers suggested some ideas to experiment with. One of these ideas was to convert an image into an audio file, which I found out could be done using Audacity if an image is imported as 'Raw Data'. I read that different types of image files (JPG, PNG, PSD, and so on) will result in different sounding audio clips but I haven't tried that out yet. I used an old piece of artwork I made a few years ago that relates to Anorexia and Body Dysmorphia and imported it into the program as a PSD file. It made a strange sound clip so I used to that to plug into my model's joints again to see how it would mess with the body's shape. I think it has some interesting results and I was able to get some peculiar looking stills. I like the idea that I'm creating sound using my old artwork, so I'll probably continue working with this instead of stock music and perhaps I will use different sound clips to create a soundscape.