Sound Revival – Visual identity and objectification of digital sound effects

Created by James Boock at the RCA's Design Product (led by Yuri Suzuki and Oscar Diaz), Sound Revival is a range of objects and custom 3-Way sound system for a musician to use as tools for sound effects when performing. 
The objects use the analogue means of materials and mechanical movements to manipulate sound and include Tremolo, Reverb, Delay and Mouth Modulation effects.

Sound Revival aims to create a greater understanding of how sound effects are generated and gives visual identity to something unseen as a result of digital technology. Objectifying these effects brings intrigue back into the DJ performance and brings listeners and performer together.

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