Using Architecture As A Musical Instrument

Using Architecture As A Musical Instrument

Music composer uses an unlikely method to create an instrumental track.

Naresh Kumar
  • 30 september 2010

Los Angeles County Museum of Art‘s new Resnick pavilion was recently used by percussionist Ben Meyers as a musical instrument. Using just a pair of drum sticks that he played on various surfaces, a few microphones and his camera, he composed an instrumental track called “Playing LACMA”.

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