Once again, here’s the same electric piano from Processing Sound Using Photoshop. This time is has been liquefied by the Photoshop filter of the same name. Liquefy is nice because is relies on the human element of dragging through the image to warp it in the direction the mouse pointer is moved. I purposefully did not liquefy short sections of the waveform so I could compare the original signal and the manipulated one.

Liquified Electric Piano Pattern


2 thoughts on “Liquefied

  1. Another interesting effect! I particularly like the effect 2-3 seconds in. Truly we’re only starting to scrape the surface of what’s possible to do with such techniques.

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