Remix in a Bottle

This is pretty cool! Japanese art student Jun Fujiwara is an audio recorder and remixer and has created a unique way to record sounds and play back the remix. A bottle. The user uncorks the bottle to initiate audio recording, which could be saying one syllable, or a clap, or crunching of leaves, to name just a few. Re-cork the bottle when done recording. Then removing and reinserting he cork gives the awesome illusion that sounds have been captured in the bottle, and then released.


Prize: Judge’s Special Prize – Naoki Sakai Prize
Name: Jun Fujiwara
School: BFA, Tama Art University
Title: Re:Sound Bottle

Music in a bottle 1


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