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The Making of a Drone Orchestra #drone #droneday

The Creators Project goes behind the scenes of the making of LOOP>>60 Hz: Transmissions From The Drone Orchestra, a creative collaboration between John Cale and Liam Young.

“LOOP>>60Hz: Transmissions from the Drone Orchestra was a collaboration between airborne architecture and music,” explains Cale, a multi-instrumentalist, and one of the founding members of the Velvet Underground. In a new documentary, above, The Creators Project captures Cale and Young’s unlikely partnership, which includes an immersive live music and drone performance and its accompanying online experience, City of Drones, developed in partnership with FIELD.

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