tristan perich: 1 bit symphony tristan perich: 1 bit symphony
jun 26, 2010

tristan perich: 1 bit symphony

1-bit symphony is a project by conceptual musician tristan perich that is played on a single microchip embedded inside a cd jewel case. the project features a piece of music that is played in five movements by the micro chips. rather than a recorded piece of music, 1-bit symphony is literally performed for the listening once they plug in their headphones. the design uses an electronic circuit that is programmed by the artist and assembled by hand inside a clear case with a headphone jack built-in for listening. 1-bit symphony will be available for sale later this summer by cantaloupe records.

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  • Awesome project, but what an idiot. Hearing him speak about his work in awe of himself was a bit much.

    tom says:
  • It would certainly make transferring to my portable digital playback device a little more time consuming.

    Arrrrrgh says:
  • Coooolest music project, best of this year!

    Shigekazu Ishihara says:

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