Electronic Chime Translates City Movement Into Music [Video]
Student's thesis interprets urban environments through music.
Self-described creative technologist and curious urbanist, Marc de Pape, a Masters student at OCAD University (the Ontario College of Art & Design) captured the sounds of city for his thesis, but not in the way you might expect. Instead of recording the sounds that naturally occur in cities, the horn honking and people shuffling, de Pape set out to capture the space between the noise, the movement of Toronto, by creating an electronic wind chime.
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