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Saturday, March 5, 2016



Wayne Lytle

David Crognale
"Animusic, LLC is a computer animation company with the singular focus of animating music.

Both music and visuals are entirely digitally synthesized. 

We "invent" imaginary Virtual Instruments by building computer graphics models of objects that appear to create the sound of the corresponding synthesized music track."
About 10 years ago I came across Animusic and fell in love. I thought it was about time I paid a small tribute to them. Their art, style and music was mesmerizing to me. 

So enjoy these samples from Animusic 1.

Watch other amazing videos from these masterful guys on the
Animusic YouTube Channel

and be sure to visit their website Animusic.com
for more!
Pipe Dream
Acoustic Curves
Wayne Lytle is the founder of Animusic, an American musical computer animation company.
He created the piece
More Bells & Whistles
at Cornell University in 1990
and composed
Beyond The Walls in 1996.

Lytle founded Animusic
(originally under the name Visual Music) in 1995 with his associate David Crognale.
Together, they released Animusic 1
originally in 2001 (and re-released in 2004)
and Animusic 2 in 2005.
Lytle performed in and composed most of the music for progressive rock bands throughout high school, and later studied classical piano. He first envisioned his idea of animated music in 1982, while an undergraduate student in music and computer science. In 1988, he joined the Cornell Theory Center, where he could experiment with his idea as a scientific visualization producer. As a long time musician, he specialized in composing and later created all the music for Animusic.
Pogo Sticks
Once while lying on the floor, listening to the track Harmonic Voltage, my dog Josh curled up next to me and it was clear he heard and sensed the music. It was just hypnotic. 

A delicious moment we shared together. :)
Harmonic Voltage 
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