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At 12:26pm on April 21, 2016, M Rinaldy Mandala Putra said…
Hello
My name Rinaldi from Indonesia
I can not speak English , I am writing this email with the help of google translate
I am very interested in cymatic , but I do not know how it works ,
I am happy meditation with music that I like , just so curious as to what shape the image of the music that I heard when meditation
What you could help me ? ...
if you want , then will I send the music

darahmandar@yahoo.com

At 7:17am on February 2, 2016, marco bassan said…

Hello Jodina, thank you for your support!

The pool will be 3 meter diameter, and o course I will prefer not doing any hole in it.

If it´s possible to trasmit the vibration from outside it will be perfect!

The is gonna be in PVC 75/100 and it will be 50 cm high, that means that there will be around 3000 liter of water.

I could create a support in the bottom to support any vibration generator but I don´t know if this is enough and which kind of woofer I should use and how many.

Here you can find a short desctription of the project (the Cymatic part is not in there yet!)

Thank you very much

Best

At 6:30am on February 1, 2016, marco bassan said…

Hello Jodina, thank you for accepting me in in this inspiring group.

I´m working on a cymatic project, it´s an artistic instalaltion taht will take place in milan (Italy) in April. I would like to fill a pvc pool with water and move it with sound frequecny vibration.

The only problem is that I still don´t know how to generate the frequency without making a hole in the pool, and I´m worry that the pvc material is too tick to transmit the sound waves to the water.

At 10:12am on April 12, 2014, Alex Canelos said…

Hi Jodina,

Your Big Party pictures are great! Good stuff for kids!

Alex

At 5:27pm on February 14, 2013, Tim Chrepta said…

Thanks! 

tchrepta@uarts.edu

At 7:02am on February 16, 2010, Jeremy Pfeiffer said…
Great site!
I enjoy your work with plates Jodina!
At 5:58pm on October 14, 2009, Bonkus said…
This is awesome!

Thanks Jodi, I'll get started this weekend!

I can't wait to see what my daughters beautiful voice LOOKS like :-)

--Josh
At 10:57am on October 12, 2009, Bonkus said…
Another question: if I wanted to start experimenting with Cymatics at home, what materials should I pick up?

Is there any way to start experimenting with cymatics for less than $20 bucks?

Also, is this the kind of thing that's a good kids (0-3) activity, or in your experience is it a older persons thing?
At 10:55am on October 12, 2009, Bonkus said…
Whoa - I don't have a helpful question for your course, but that last comment about a table in a bar gave me an idea.... What if you hooked a large loundspeaker up under the cymatics table, and had a slow cascade of sand / salt from above that kept filling it up... then you could point a camera at it and project the image of the table on a wall - the sound could be manipulated by a DJ... that would make for a crazy addition to a party or concert!

And depending on the kind of musinc the DJ was spinning, it could work really well with cymatics - I know a lot of electronic music is full of loud, droning tones that modulate slowly over time...

anyway, just a thought.
At 12:43pm on October 11, 2009, osioradain said…
I was wondering if it could be used as some kind of table in a bar!!! It would look good. I don't know if it would work for 'normal' music as it seems to need a constant tone to create a nice design.
At 4:01pm on November 7, 2008, Bonkus said…
hmmm... that pic doesn't look like you....

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