EDM Re-imagined In 3D Visuals – And White Chocolate

EDM Re-imagined In 3D Visuals – And White Chocolate

Greg Barth creates a glitchy representation of an electronic beat by warping the instruments making it

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 13 january 2015

Electronic music is a cross between the auditory and the technological, creating wholly unique music out of the cold and dead bodies of modern sound machines. EDM has become a hugely popular genre – many artists have used it to express new ideas and create incredibly novel sounds. And yet, one man has pushed the envelope further by using 3D printing, white chocolate, and a lot of creativity to present this genre in an extraordinary way.

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