Tag Archives: music
Humans Invent spoke to maker Amanda Ghassaei on her inspiration behind the 3D printed record.
For the last in our series of 21st century musical instruments we talk to Kai Stensgaard, the co-inventor of the Aluphone.
Humans Invent talks to British composer and sound sculptor who invented the giant pin-barrel harp or “Sharpsichord”
For the fourth in our 21st century instruments series Humans Invent talks to Rob Kelly about his Bütone drums.
In the third of our 21st century instruments series, we look at the hybrid gamelan-celeste made for Bjork.
The first in our series on musical instruments that have been invented in the last 12 years.
Humans Invent investigates why vinyl still sounds better today.
The interactive player piano that can play your requests sent via twitter.
Humans Invent talks to music journalist, Saul Austerlitz about innovation in the music video.
Artist Masaki Batoh combines brain waves, music and acupuncture to provide relief to Japanese tsunami victims.
The best-selling crime writer explains his ‘insane’ obsession with vinyl.
Two burgeoning French designers have created a game making music from jelly.
Barry Plows has devoted his life to building valve amps from scratch. Find out his secret…
Martin Messier, the artist-cum-musician making music from old industrial objects.
A look inside the atelier of a master craftsman – meet the violin maker.
Nicolas Bernier and Martin Messier explore the relationship between digital and analogue sounds.
Diego Stocco proves even the most mundane noises can create a fascinating score of music.
Challenging technology by capturing music in the manufacturing of an everyday object.
Is this the beginning of the end for the conductor?