Originally posted by feisty boy
much thanks for the heads up deep.
i think i've spent a good 5 hours the last 2 days, listening to good mixes and seeing them in whole new ways - and all this while sober
i wish there was a brightness setting between 1 and 2 though - 2, it's just too dark, and it ends up being mostly just the squiggly lines. while 1 tends to wash my screen out with fuscia when it really gets going....
but an incredible program, and it's gonna get a lot of mileage on my screen
deep the beauty of the pairing of atmospheric sounds with atmospheric visuals shouldn't be too surprising - both sound and sight are perceptual processes that channel into our consciousness
Originally posted by somasociety
This seems like a rather obvious and simplified answer. So, question time. Does this explain the natural tendency to believe that a particular 'Visual' corresponds with particular independent, non-connected 'Sounds' that you are listening too? If so, can we determine the purpose/reasoning behind the brain making such connections? Is it just 'your brain trying to make sense of shit anyway it can'?
p.s. I got that last line right out of a text-book......