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Written By: evan on June 17, 2010 No Comment

Eric Archer presents an interesting drive around New York City, where light is being translated into sound.

Here are some experimental recordings I’ve made with the Lumicon sound camera, which detects modulated light and transforms it to analog audio. I’m having a great deal of fun exploring the city with this device. Its like eavesdropping [...]

Written By: evan on June 2, 2010 No Comment

Brian Viglione just posted a pair of videos showing off the drum kit he created for use in Trent Reznor’s Ghosts album. Apparently, the pair wanted to see what sort of rhythm section they could create from scratch in a single day.

I showed up at Trent’s house for the first day of recording and [...]

Written By: evan on May 15, 2010 No Comment

It’s always fun to hear a musician use a unique sound source. Diego Stocco has managed to create a bevy of interesting sounds from a tree in his yard.

In the garden of my house there’s a tree with lots of randomly grown twigs. It looks odd and nice at the same time. One day [...]

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