Honors Theses

Publication Date

Spring 2021


“Sound in Color” is an interactive audio-visual experience designed to explore the relationship between sound, color, and emotions. Taking place on the Massey Concert Hall stage, the project is inspired by synesthesia and incorporates research on color psychology. Participants are invited to select an emotion and color. As the user hums into a microphone, they hear their emotions expressed through sound in their headphones and watch as the lights on stage respond to their vocal cues.

Faculty Advisor

Dr. Doyuen Ko

Document Type

Honors Thesis

Sound in Color v4.touchosc (1 kB)
Touch OSC File

Thesis v2.als (490 kB)
Ableton Live 10 Set

rhodes thesis project.show.gz (5807 kB)
grandMA2 show file



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