Wave Synth 2.0 adds sound to watery chaos

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Wave Synth 2.0 adds sound to watery chaos

The “WaveSynth 2.0” by Leo Peschta is a digital instrument that creates sound through the use of mechanical valves in a water basin and an array of sensors to detect the pattern and movement of the waves. The resulting data is sent to a computer which then synthesizes the data into a sound composition. Nice construction and more info on the valves construction at the link below.

WaveSynth 2.0

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