Follow this link to Gizmodo to watch a video about Oswald’s Mill Audio. Talk about taking Hi-fi to the next level! http://gizmodo.com/5906405/oswalds-mill-audio-youve-never-heard-music-sound-this-good
Usman Riaz is a 21-year-old whiz at the percussive guitar, a style he learned to play by watching his heroes on YouTube. The TED Fellow plays onstage at TEDGlobal 2012 – followed by a jaw-dropping solo from the master of percussive guitar, Preston Reed. Finally, enjoy these two guitarists as they take on a very… Read more »
Watch what happens when you put sand on a metal plate playing tones that are increasing in frequency. The results are stunning!
Here is a clip from a film Bumi mixed here at Flavorlab: Three Boys from Pasadena. The movie is about the long-time assistants of legendary fashion image-maker Helmut Newton. Photographers Mark Arbeit, George Holz and Just Loomis, pay tribute to their mentor. The film will be playing at the Alyce de Roulet Williamson Gallery in Pasadena… Read more »
Astronaut Don Pettit loves performing intriguing experiments using the microgravity of the International Space Station. Here, Pettit visualized the sound waves of ZZ Top’s “TV Dinners” using several blobs of water and a speaker. Check it out!
Here’s something that was too cool NOT to show you. Built and performed by Dennis Dembeck, one of our very own interns, we give you, the Cello Guitar.
Last week Flavorlab/G&E Music partner Glenn Schloss made the trek out to LA for ProMAX. Here’s a highlights video from one of our favorite categories, sound design :).
This Thursday (6/14) Big Vision Empty Wallet, an organization that connects artists and industry leaders alike, will be hosting their first annual Big Vision Awards. The awards will honor big thinkers who have found success by creating their own path and supporting independent work. Flavorlab/G&E Music Partner GLENN SCHLOSS has been nominated to receive the… Read more »
Orfield Laboratories’ ‘anechoic chamber’ in Minnesota holds a Guinness World Record for being 99.99% sound proof. The good folks at Mashable took a tour of the room that is said to be so quiet you can hear your own heartbeat. Check it out!
Last month the Copenhagen Philharmonic performed Edvard Grieg’s Peer Gynt on a crowded, moving train for unsuspecting passengers. The flash mob was created in collaboration with Radio Klassisk. All music was performed and recorded in the metro. We found this video on gwarlingo.com , a really cool website that features inventive and inspiring artists. Thanks Gwarlingo!