Music video put together by Vincent Adoxo uses an oscilloscope to display animations, captured in one take - video embedded below:
Music video for Clark’s single Superscope on Warp Records. Made entirely on an oscilloscope, what you see is one shot—no video effects, no video editing.
Vincent offers some background around what an oscilloscope is here - what you are seeing is an animation composed by sound and visualized by the device. The audio file to recreate these animations has been included here
This Yamaha CS-80 is on the workbench at RL Music and for sale. Reserve yours now, by breaking into your children’s education trust fund : http://www.rlmusic.co.uk/rlm3/yamaha-cs80/ If you can’t move yourself to do that, then marvel at the wires - yes, thats right - real Synths are made of wires, no namby pamby SMD but huge caps and oodles of cablings.
We all need it, but in my experience, less and less people are using it.
There are expensive and not so expensive brands and versions of ear protection that can minimize the chances of developing ailments such as tinnitus and hearing loss. Those two words are probably the most uncomfortable to hear as a lover of sound and music, but they are realities we cannot ignore. Protect your ears, so you can hear the music far beyond a few club nights standing next to the sound system.
And if you’re worried about loss of sound quality, I can assure you that many brands actually maintain the sound quality, or enhance it. I would recommend a silicone version that is custom fit to your ears like these, but using generic foam earplugs can also suffice, as long as the dB coverage is substantial.