6-Bit Noise Generator (2008)

Wooden box and electronic spare parts Courtesy: Fabio Paris Art Gallery, Brescia Acknowledgements: L.E.P.

6-Bit Noise Generator (2008)

Photo: Marcos Morilla

The 6-Bit Noise Generator is a compact live instrument. Tonylight made it using recycled electronic spare parts. 
The idea is to recreate the sound of old computers using modern microprocessors. 
Modern microprocessors are like old computers inside one chip. With the 6-Bit Noise Generator you can create and play around many different levels of noise.

http://www.tonylight.it/tonylight/specials/Voci/2008/12/21_6bit_noise.html


Antonio Cavadini aka Tonylight lives and works in Milano.

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