Sunday, April 17, 2005

cool tech

Datasound, by studio troika, explores the musical potentials of electronic data. The musical instrument enables you to hear, mix, scratch and perform digital data signals, from a picture, an old floppy, a scanner colour paper, a data cartridge, etc.

Listen to some sample of pure data noise -from the London Travel Card to neon lights or flatbed scanner- on the website (choose "devices", "datasound", "[4]".)

Apparently there's a festival called Cybersonica in London, April 28-May 1, and Troika will present Datasound and other works there. go check it out, London peeps!

(from we make money not art)

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