“The key to the piece was devising a visual system who’s form and compositional dynamics matched the response to music.”
So basically, this is your brain on Burial’s music :<p><a href=”https://vimeo.com/124047433″>What Need Angel</a> from <a href=”https://vimeo.com/petercrnokrak”>Peter Crnokrak</a> on <a href=”https://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a>.</p>
Sound interacting with matter.
You may have seen these experiments in separate videos that I have posted before .. but these guys take it to the next level! The perform as a band dealing with the different elements of matter.
I don’t have the words to describe this … except awesome and spectacular!
Satisfied me aurally and visually … Enjoy!
“Doctors would normally fix a tremor like Roger Frisch’s by keeping him awake during surgery, inserting electrodes deep into his brain until the trembling appeared to stop. But for a concert violinist, even the slightest remaining tremor would mean the end of the career, so in 2009 doctors at the Mayo Clinic designed a special violin for Frisch to play through his surgery. An accelerometer at the tip of the bow measured Frisch’s trembling, allowing doctors to fine-tune the placement of their electrodes.
By turning on a battery and sending a current into his brain, Frisch can now switch off his tremors whenever he needs to play.”
via The Verge
Anita Collins made a TED-Ed video lesson describing what really goes on in a musicians head while playing an instrument and goes on to state all the benefits of it . Continue reading
This blog has been mostly focusing on the musically amusing videos that I find during my YouTube harvests and excavations.