Japanese Musician Creates Unique Drum Beats by Tapping on Vintage Tape Recorders


Japanese musicians Ei Wada, Haruka Yoshida, and Masaru Yoshida create reverberating drum beats on the outstretched tape of cracked open reel-to-reel tape recorders from the 1970s and 1980s. The group, appropriately named Open Reel Ensemble, produces an intriguing timbre that more closely resembles a synthesizer than an analog drum. The group has created the soundtrack for Japanese designer ISSEY MIYAKE‘s last four seasons.[…]

Source: Japanese Musician Creates Unique Drum Beats by Tapping on Vintage Tape Recorders

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