Art from iconic audio waveforms


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#2

Could the copyright holders make a claim that this is derivative and infringing? Or is there something about “transformative?” How would that work?


#3

If you hang them upside down do you see satan?


#4

We’d like to think it’s transformative…but we’ve also taken the step to make sure we have licenses too.


#5

We’re pretty sure you don’t…wait…oh no…


#6

I would hope it’s far enough removed, but it’s good you have licenses, I guess. It raises odd questions though, like what happens if you draw an X on a piece of paper and declare you have an algorithm maps music to shapes, and such-and-such song yielded the X.


#7

Yeah, not sure. That’s above my pay grade.


#8

The catch is that you have to buy two of them if you want to see the music in stereo.


#9

I just received my custom Epic Frequency in the mail. I submitted a copy of 4’33":


#10

Please tell me it’s on black velvet. :wink:


#11

7.1 gonna be 's-pen-sive.


#12

Spectrograms might be a little more difficult to identify as IP.


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