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Tuesday, February 20, 2024

Beethoven’s fifth: Watch an Animated Graphical Rating

Stephen Mali­nows­ki is a self-described “Music Ani­ma­tion Machine,” with a pen­chant for cre­at­ing ani­mat­ed graph­i­cal scores. Above, he does his factor with the primary transfer­ment of Beethoven’s Sym­pho­ny 5.

How does he make this magazine­ic? Mali­nows­ki writes: “There have been a number of steps; right here’s a brief sum­ma­ry. I discovered a report­ing I may license and made the organize­ments to make use of it. I discovered a MIDI file that was truthful­ly com­plete, and import­ed that into the nota­tion professional­gram Sibelius. I com­pared it to a print­ed copy of the rating from my library and glued issues that have been mistaken… Then, I lis­tened to the report­ing and com­pared that to the rating, and mod­i­fied the rating in order that the tim­ings have been extra like what the orches­tra was actu­al­ly play­ing. I export­ed this as a MIDI file and ran it by way of my cus­tom frame-ren­der­ing comfortable­ware. Then, I made a “reduc­tion” of the rating and col­ored it to match the col­ors I used to be plan­ning to make use of within the bar-graph rating. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, once I squished the bar-graph rating sufficient to make room for the nota­tion rating, an excessive amount of element was misplaced, so I finish­ed up decid­ing to not use the nota­tion. Then I put all of the items (ren­dered frames, audio, titles) togeth­er in Adobe Pre­miere and export­ed the film as a Fast­Time file. Then, I used On2 Flix to con­vert the ultimate file into Flash for­mat (in order that YouTube’s con­ver­sion to their Flash for­mat would­n’t change it in unpre­dictable methods), and uploaded the outcome.”

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