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October 2, 2017 AT 4:00 pm

Alessandro Perini’s The Sound Compass #MusicMonday

From AlessandroPerini.com:

The listener sits at the middle of four pipes, which are hit by motors producing percussive patterns.

Four recordings were taken with a microphone pointing at each one of the cardinal points, at different times of the day; the pipes’ length is tuned to the corresponding “keynote” of the soundscape. The rhythm is also derived from an analysis of the sound attacks in the recordings.

Read more here or Hackster.io and see more from Alessandro Perini on vimeo.


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