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That catchy pop hit from Gotye, “Somebody that I used to know”, is painstakingly rendered with an HP Scanjet 3C, Amiga 600, a couple of hard drives, and PIC-controlled xylophone by Toronto-based melody maker bd594. You may recall his earlier work on Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody. [via PC World]

Adam Flaherty

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  1. This is fantastic…

  2. the vox track from the scanner isn’t quite synced right or at the right speed. It sounds like it’s a little slow.

  3. It’s Pamplemoose after the singularity!

  4. Its one of those few tracks that is special from the first time you hear it

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