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RE: SOUND BOTTLE

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Published on Nov 10, 2012

MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL JUNIOR DESIGNER AWARD 2012

Prize: Judge's Special Prize -- Naoki Sakai Prize
Name: Jun Fujiwara
School: BFA, Tama Art University
Title:  Re:Sound Bottle

Synopsis of work:

This is a music medium that can reproduce a recorded voice as music. It makes a database of sound sources that is managed and used as formal and automatic repetitions, and forms a music medium of the day. I felt something missing in the habitual use of music reproduction media, so I thought to create an interactive music medium that changes. By using everyday voices as sources of music, the sounds that are heard all the time every day carry infinite possibilities and help us reaffirm the enjoyment of music. I hope people can experience their own music.

録音した音声が音楽として再生されるボトル型の音楽メディア。既存の音源をデータベース化し、形式的かつ無機的な行動の繰り返しによって管理・鑑賞する現代の音楽メディア。それらを扱う習慣に物足りなさを覚え、変化のある体験型音楽メディアを創りたいと考えた。日常の音声を音楽の構成要素に用いることで、普段何気なく耳にする音の無限の可能性や音楽の楽しさを再認識し、その時ならではの固有の音楽を体感してほしい。



[ LINKS ]

Re:Sound Bottle
https://vimeo.com/42921558

Re:Sound Bottle -second mix-
https://vimeo.com/63036443

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