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January 25, 2016

Music for trees

Currently working on a very interesting project with visual artist Ebba Bohlin. We are doing an installation at the Dome of Visions at KTH on trees: the sleeping tree, the hibernating tree, the burning tree, the re-growing tree. One aspect of this at the space will be a pair of binoculars looking out on the trees in front of the DoV.

I immediately had an idea of recording the sound from high up above the DoV and simultaneously at the ground level. Taking the spectral difference between this two, I imagined, would create a kind of glass-like, distant sound environment. Today I did some recordings and tested it, and it really works the way I thought!

I still need to figure out how to work with it, turn it into a meaningful sonic environment, but it's a good start.

Posted by henrikfr at January 25, 2016 09:34 PM

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Music is important for everyone. For kids, adults and for other living things. Trees also enjoy music.

Posted by: virajmusiclover [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 16, 2017 12:53 PM

Music is important for everyone. For kids, adults and for other living things. Trees also enjoy music

Posted by: virajmusiclover [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 16, 2017 12:54 PM

I always love to listen to music whenever I have stress. It will make me stress-free and keep us relaxed. Harry Potter Music Box Music can be used to unite two nations also. It has power has the power to do that. There may be united song through which we can shower our love on them.

Posted by: virajmusiclover [TypeKey Profile Page] at September 16, 2017 12:55 PM

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