A composer has released a piece that in its entirety is nothing more than a circuit board with an 'on' switch

New York-originated music composer Tristan Perich just released a new album titled Noise Patterns that reimagines the concept of digital music. Noise Patterns is available in the form of a circuit board possessing an ‘on' switch, implanted with a watch battery and able to be enjoyed through a headphone jack on the side of the device.

The music showcased on the album is constructed from one-bit noise created by the single chip of a circuit board—the same chip one may find in their microwave, oven or other run-of-the-mill home appliances.

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