The Wall of Sound reimagines a sampler-sequencer for public space and use
In an oversized, lo-fi electronic sound instrument, the project from Warszawa, PL’s panGenerator lets the public collaborate on sonic graffiti.
The Wall of Sound was commissioned by the group for Katowice Street Art 2019: Urban Sound, in the south of Poland. It’s a big web of hexagonal nodes, each with small controls and description so you can record sound, then sequence its playback.
The components will be familiar to anyone working with DIY electronics – some ATmega 328 (in the nodes), some ATTiny for the links, and “some cheap sound recording / playback chips that are giving the whole thing a lo-fi vibe.” Actually, maybe the independence of all those nodes is the most interesting part – a uniquely lo-fi modular.
Curators: Piotr Ceglarek / Zuzanna Waltoś from Biuro Dźwięku Katowice. Photos by Maciej Jędrzejewski.
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