Nova Scotia artist generates furious noise from hand-made sound machines


Wow, congratulations Rebecca.

The sounds from the video whose link was simply the numeral 3 put me in mind of what I might expect from an engine room of a spacecraft in a 1950s sic-fi B-movie.

Which is to say: Awesomesauce!

Hmm, $300 to preorder a device that doesn’t even have the vaguest of design plans, other than “it has an input.”

I love me some weird noises, and her work are fine examples of that… but I’ll be sitting this one out.

She’s made her funding goal!!! (with a little help from me–I ordered a Looper)

@crashproof, I think it’s fair to say that it’s intended to be as cool as the biggest/best one she’s made so far, and also will have an input. And whatever else she can think of… Mind you, I guess you have to have a little faith that it will be worthwhile.

I’m happy to support a Canadian female musical instrument builder, it’s a fairly rare breed as far as I’ve seen.


If you like this you should also check out Tim Kaiser and the stuff he makes. Sorta similar.

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