Cybersonica showcases futuristic DIY sound art

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Cybersonica showcases futuristic DIY sound art

Peter writes – “London’s Cybersonica sound art show is a Maker’s paradise: 3D etch-a-sketch machines that make music, motion-tracked performers as shadow puppet monsters, open-source 3D engines for sculpting sound, elaborate contraptions for recording sound onto tape, floating disco “satellites”, and lots of other goodies have invaded this London record store. Create Digital Music will be covering the event all week as we receive dispatches from the UK; don’t miss the video, in particular! Best of all, not only is a lot of the work inspiring, but some of it is open-source, as well, meaning the show could help jump-start more exploration in these media.”Link.


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