November 22nd, 2021
E3 Moog Cymatics by Erik Larson of Resonant Devices
This video is wild and is perhaps the most incredible instrument-to-cymatics video ever recorded.
In this video you can see the amazing work recorded by our CEO Erik Larson from a few years ago, playing an E3 (162Hz) note on a Moog Synthesizer, bending it up to an F3 (174Hz) and down to a D#3 (155Hz) then back up to the E.
Be sure to put your settings on max, this is a 4K video! The audio is direct from the transducer below the cymatics cup.
It is incredible to watch how slight changes to the frequency input alter the hydroglyph formation. It is also wild to see just how stable the formation is with the E3 note. This is all happening in a small cup with a diameter of about 2.5cm, filled about 75% of the way with a water and black food coloring solution.
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