5 Image Interpretations is a set of 5 miniatures for string quartet and live electronics that use a sound spectrum. The spectrum was created by reading back an image as a sonogram and then analyzing the information for frequency content and time. Each movement of the composition interprets the same spectrum in different ways. These interpretations range from a direct 1:1 mapping of frequency content in time to spatially notated music, using the spectrum as a whole in every measure, and mapping the image to the score. The electronics capture the sound in real-time and attenuate all of the low harmonics out of the sound. High harmonics are then raised to audible levels. This is done to make audible the high frequency information that shows up in the original spectrum but is out of the range of the instrumentation.