Animusic's founder Wayne Lytle began to envision algorithmically synchronizing music and animation over 20 years ago – in 1982. It wasn't until 1989 that he first began experimenting with music-driven computer animation. His first full multi-instrument music animation More Bells and Whistles premiered in the Electronic Theater at SIGGRAPH 1990. It has since won awards and been shown in various contexts world-wide. In 1991 Lytle received an award from IBM for his early work in music animation. In 1995 Lytle brought computer artist David Crognale on board to produce a music animation for a commercial client. Animusic produced a 5-minute stereoscopic music animation for VRex, a manufacturer of stereoscopic glasses and projectors. The award-winning stereoscopic version was entitled Concerto in 3D, while the regular version was called Beyond the Walls. In 1998 Lytle and Crognale began production on a full 3D computer graphics music animation video album which was released in December 2001. All music and instrument design is original. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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