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mfdp - 2002

e.g.

How could be music translated for deaf people? With this work e.g. is trying to play his own music for the people unable to hear. E.g.'s music often has very few sounds and patterns, here rendered by the basic structure of the rectangles. But, from few sounds, harmony is still able to rise in all its infinite colours... and the rhythm becomes the guide that leads the viewer in the discovery of new generated harmonies, leaving him dull admiring the colours in their creation of new patterns.

Click here to start music for deaf people

Minimum requirements: CPU @ 800 MHz, 128 MB ram 
and latest I. Explorer or Netscape.


If you're a no-profit organization you can show this work in public, but please email e.g. to let him to know. Instead, if you're earning money showing this pages, you should also make a donation to one of the organizations for deaf people that you may find here. Thank you. - e.g.

Each song lasts 60 seconds. After that time a new song is generated. E.g. hopes that deaf people enjoy his work and would like to receive emails from them about the feelings they had watching to these songs.
>>> site.visit() a work by e.g. 2002  no copyright

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