Piano que habla

Wien Modern y el compositor Peter Ablinger realizaron este trabajo para el Foro Mundial de Venecia 2009.

“The Austrian composer Peter Ablinger transferred the frequency spectrum of the childs voice to his computer controlled mechanical piano.

Peter Ablinger: I break down this phonography, meaning a recording of something -the voice, in this case-, in individual pixels, one can say. And if I have the possibility of a rendering in a fairly high resolution -and that I only get with a mechanical piano- then I in fact restore some kind of continuity. Therefore, with a little practice, or help or subtitling, we actually can hear a human voice in a piano sound.”


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