A new effect that seems to clean up that audio (it came yesterday and did not have enough playtime yet) called Gamma correction.
The most intriguing new function though must be something under the name Phonopaper export. So now you have JPG and Phonopaper export to get your Virtual ANS track as an image instead of an audio file. (If this is the first time you hear about Virtual ANS it may all seem weird but investigate and dismiss or be amazed...) So here is how the images looks like after export.
I have tried to get some answers and hopefully will get some soon...
Meanwhile here is some speculations...
There was an invention in the thirties that was a reading music from paper with light instead of with a needle as in phonograph record and this could have something to do with that and guess if there is someone that am inventive enough could build a reader/gadget/electronic device to interpret the music.
It could also have to do with the Sound archaeologist Patrick Feaster works and his use of the free program ImageToSound that reads images and converts them to .wav files.
You can find out more regarding the fascinating work of Patrick Feaster here:
In either case I could be totally wrong but color me intrigued!
For the free PC/Linux/MAC version go here: