Mid-Morning Musicology: Tristan Perich

Submitted by: Fancys_Asst 5 years ago in Tech

Tristan Perich: 1-Bit Symphony (Part 1: Overview) from Tristan Perich on Vimeo.


The song is called 1-Bit Symphony--it"s an electronic composition in five movements on a single microchip. Geeky!
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Male 694
too bad this guy is a horrible musician, that was a neat idea
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Male 65
LOL at all the people claiming this isn`t impressive because it`s music on a chip. Which it is, but this also required this guy to understand how to make the chip do what he wanted and write the music. It`s not great, but credit where credit`s due. Concept`s cool at least, Phillip Glass for the Nintendo set.
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Male 14,835
Migraine inducing. Do not watch.
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Female 3
its an interesting concept, but too bad the music composition in terrible
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Male 260
Hey buddy. HEY. so what was it like in the 1920`s? BAHAHAHAHA!!!
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Male 25,416
It was very head achey!
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Male 49
Looks cool, but it does sound like crap.
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Male 10,440
Sounds like crap and its not particularly impressive considering we`re at 25nm flash now and you could fit a whole lot more on a chip that size.
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Male 15,832
Meh. I have 80+ albums on a single chip in my phone.
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Male 761
That was giving me a headache
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Female 1,780
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