Harmonic VoltageEdit

VIEW SOURCE SHARE----  {| class="infobox" style="font-size:12.46px;width:300px;" ! colspan="2" style="color:rgb(255,255,255);font-size:14.952px;padding:1em;"|Harmonic Voltage |- | colspan="2" style="text-align:center;"|[1] |- | style="width:85px;"| Avalible on: | style="width:199px;"| Animusic 1 DVD, Animusic HD |- | Animation Length: | 5 minutes and 52 seconds |- | Previous Animation: | Acoustic Curves |- | Next Animation: | Starship Groove |- | Follow-Up: | Heavy Light or Fiber Bundles |} Harmonic Voltage is the seventh and last animation on the track list for the Animusic 1 DVD. Probally Heavy Light or Fiber Bundles might be the follow-up of this animation. 


[show]==Summary/Description == A bunch of instruments plays in a stage that appears to resemble a power plant. Its mostly made-up of synth laser tesla coil/synth bass tower and electronic drum set supported by wires. The instruments in the stage appears to be power by electricity or nuclear. It's appears that's its night outside the stage.


Instruments in the order they're presented:


  • Strings: Eb2-G4
  • Lead Laser: G3-F6
  • Bass: Eb1-F2
  • Guitar: F2-Ab5
  • String Pulses: D3-D5
  • Bass Tower: C1-F3



  • Curiously, in this animation, the electronic drums seem to be supported entirely by wires, which act like springs when these drums are struck.
  • The contruction song of this animation is a broken-down version of the ending section of Harmonic Voltage.
  • This animation had a HD version on the Animusic HD DVD as the other animations were Pipe DreamDrum Machine and Aqua Harp.
  • Harmonic Voltage was written in 1995 as with Stick FiguresFuture RetroSeventh AlloyA Slight Delay, and The Harvester.
  • During the electric guitar interlude, an inaudibly low rumbling is present in the soundtrack.
  • The static sounds in the beginning of the piece, are revealed in the commentary to be several combined recordings of various high voltage generators.
  • Harmonic Voltage is the oldest piece on Animusic 1. It has been constantly remade and remixed, and had working titles of "WCS2" and "Electric".
  • Wayne Lytle states that he chose this piece to be last on Animusic 1, because he views it as the most abstract, letting it leave viewers "out there".


This the gallery for Harmonic Voltage. [2][3][4][