johnnyrandom creates 'bespoken' musical symphony with bicycle components
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jan 21, 2014
johnnyrandom creates 'bespoken' musical symphony with bicycle components


johnnyrandom creates ‘bespoken’ musical symphony with bicycle components

 

 

 

through an exploration of sounds generated from bicycles and their components, composer johnnyrandom has created a musical symphony exclusively from everyday objects. the debut single ‘bespoken’, ‘[transcends] the role of traditional instrumentation as the accepted method for creating beautiful and thought-provoking music,’ explains the artist. using parts such as chains, spokes and disk brakes, the sounds created by the various bike elements are then extracted, processed, then produced into a sound clip.

 

to see the creative process behind ‘bespoken’, see the video below or a preview of the song after the jump.

 

 

johnnyrandom | bespoken
video courtesy johnnyrandom

 

a preview of ‘bespoken’
clip courtesy johnnyrandom

 

johnnyrandom creates musical symphony with bicycle components

sounds are generated from bicycles and their components

johnnyrandom creates musical symphony with bicycle components

 

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