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Hear the Sound of Colour

Hear the Sound of Colour

You know just what that colour looks like, but what do you think it sounds like?  Now you can find out with Resene ColourDJ - a world first that let’s you do the unbelievable – hear paint colours. 
Resene ColourDJ turns paint colours into music that can be mixed into tunes by the user.  It was developed in New Zealand in a collaborative effort between Resene and Y&R and built by Fracture with original music pieces created by Age Pryor specifically written to reflect the individual personality of each Resene paint colour.  Age Pryor is a Wellington songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and vocalist.  He’s a founding member of The Woolshed Sessions and the Wellington International Ukulele Orchestra and is also a contributing artist to Fly My Pretties.
Hear the sound of colour for yourself at

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