Car covered in speakers makes music out of noise

// September 24th, 2012 // Moves, TV, and Music News



The Sound Taxi toured London last week collecting music samples from random street noise in a project named Make the City Sound Better. The samples are then mixed into a groove – real time. Production software on board the taxi gathers street noise via microphones mounted on top of the car, mixes it real time, then pumps out the beats through sixty-seven speakers and several Indian horns mounted on the surface of the car. Passengers inside the taxi cab can tune in to the music using headphones.

The unique automobile is a marketing project from AIAIAI headphones. You can listen to samples of the music on the project’s website.

Source: AIAIAI, The Verge
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