Who knew……using math & computers to make original art!


I respect and admire creativity and ALL the amazing artist out there that create their one of a kind art! One of those artist is Ryan Henderson. He creates artwork with his computer using math and music. What? Yes, that is what I said.

So I asked Ryan to describe the process:

“Music is recorded and digitized into .MP3 (or .WAV, etc) files. That’s just a bunch of 1’s and 0’s to a computer and the computer knows how to send that data to your speakers to replay the sound. That music data can be manipulated with math to extract what notes were played at what time (among other things). With those notes and time I use math (again) to make the computer draw curves and paint colors only using that data. So each song/sound will paint a different image. It boils down to I can’t paint so I make my computer do it. I just have to know the right math to make that happen.” Ryan Henderson    https://www.audio-optio.com/

The cool thing is YOU pick the song, the colors, patterns & the medium it is applied to (fine art paper, canvas, acrylic & metal).

If you are looking for a “ONE OF A KIND” gift, reach out to Ryan at http://audio.optio@gmail.com.

Using math & a computer to make original art!

Who knew you could create art using your favorite song and a computer?@!