Call it art, vinyl hacking, or auto-turntablism, here multiple records are physically broken down then reconstructed to make 2 unique discs. Things get even more interesting when two turntables are set up to simultaneously play the same record. Instant DIY Madlib?
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Would make for some nice psychedelic effects as ambient noise or in an interlude or something — but not much else.
But with more time and a lil more effort on the shops might come up with some dope stuff. Good idea boys. Expensive though, if they are breaking records. might as well use sound forge.
over my head…
sounds like shit.
The idea was to experiment… it doesn’t necessarily have to sound great.
christian marclay was doing this in 80s
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