Wow. This is amazing.
As a photographer, I get super exited when I’m in environments of interesting lighting. I’ve often have wondered if people of different professions/passions are always judging/taking in micro-aspects of places they are in: are Foresters always seeing what types of wood are in the buildings and furniture around them? Do Dentists sneak peeks at strangers’ teeth? This is a great representation of what curiosity of differences made manifest with sound and singer. Strikingly well done. Beautiful.
This guy sings the same song in 15 different places. Hear what happens!
No artificial reverb added.
The Wikisinger sings the same song in different environments experimenting with natural reverb, early reflections and short delays.
One of the scenes is recorded in an anechoic chamber without any sound reflections.
Directed by Vincent Rouffiac
Produced by TOUCHÉ Videoproduktion
Composed, written and performed by Joachim Müllner
In association with:
IRCAM – http://www.ircam.fr
Les Gens Du Son – http://www.lesgensduson.com
Studio Davout – http://www.davout.com
Image : Vincent Rouffiac, Gérald Massoubre
Sound recording : Jean-Philippe Gréau, Matthieu Lechartier
Choreography : Georgia Ives