Lars Moston & Ben Mono – Can’t Stop

There’s a new video out, but we’ll let Monston, Mono and their Finnish label Top Billin explain:

Only light used in the video is from a video projector. To be more specific, it is real time audio reactive visuals that we are talking about. Basically this means that when the song is playing, computer listens to the music and puts out visuals that reacted to different frequencies. Real time synchronization is everything – After Effects is yesterday!

Check out the results!

If you want to know how to achieve this, as well as how to render audio reactor lines and dots with your computer, Top Billin Music is offering their source code as a Creative Commons license.

2 Responses

  1. Julili says:

    ooooo! pretty lights!
    So I can do this in my mac? xD

    • yam magazine says:

      @Julili, the link above states:

      “You need is a Mac with OS X 10.6 with Quartz Composer. This comes with every Mac, but needs to be installed separately from the OS X disk.” ;)

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