Found on the facebook – scroll down for a video version!  See the CymaScope website for more info on how it was done.

P.S. Many of you have asked if this incredible image is available as a poster. As I’m just sharing it, you’ll have to go to the source to make inquiries about merch. Here is the link to the Cymascope Store. I don’t see these images for sale, yet, but they have other ones available in prints or canvases.

14 thoughts on “Photography of music notes in a bowl of water.

    1. I’m just sharing this image, it’s not mine, so can’t help you out on posters, I’m afraid. I agree, though, a poster of this would be awesome! Try going to the link in the post: those are the people who made and own the image.

      1. Drummer Hoff fired it off! My favorite book as a kid. My dad bought it for my kids before he passed. Also love this, so gorgeous.

        1. I’m glad someone got the reference! It was one of my favorites as well. I was quite taken with the illustration style – I remember trying to copy the drawings. Ed Emberley!

  1. I’m curious as to how a musical melody or chords would look in a bowl of water…being harmonic and counterpoint frequencies by definition.

  2. Beautiful, of course. Can others replicate this demonstration? Are the patterns always the same? What other variables are there?

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