1. sound-art-text:

    OptoSono :: Arcángel Constantini

    A sound instrument based on the principle of the optical sound of cinematography, the work of Norman McLaren, and Graham Bell.

    Opto Sono is an analogous sequencer system that uses a pair of photocells and custom build preamplifiers that transform the luminance phenomena into electricity and this in sound, the transformed and amplified energy find unusual ways when making short circuits by means of corporal resistance.

    (Source: notationnotes)

  2. lostprofiles:

    TERENCE HANNUMTAPE GUIDE
    8.5” x 11” / 24 pages
    Edition of 50
    Black and White Xerox
    2014

    TAPE GUIDE is composed of spread from my reference materials culled from various ads for blank tapes from Sony, Denon, TDK and more next to 1-cent tape clubs from mid-1980s heavy metal magazines. Images are doubled, reflected and repeated, while other ads are left as is in their spread.

    http://terencehannum.bigcartel.com/product/tape-guide

  3. (Source: radiant-radish)

  4. experimentalsynth:

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    experimentalsynth:

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  5. psychictensions:

    Kid Baltan (Dick Raaijmakers) and Tom Dissevelt at Philips “Nat. Lab” 1959, explaining how electronic tape music is made.

  6. henleydesigns:

Ortofon MC Anna

    henleydesigns:

    Ortofon MC Anna

  7. (Source: transparentoctopus)

  8. nevver:

Mira Gonzalez

    nevver:

    Mira Gonzalez

  9. vinylespassion:

Vinyl stockroom, London, 1950s.

    vinylespassion:

    Vinyl stockroom, London, 1950s.