"With “no artificial reverb added,” Müllner demonstrates how much environment contributes to the quality of what we hear with a montage of sound and video clips from several—very aesthetically pleasing—locations. In each place, Müllner sings the same strange song: in a tunnel, an attic, a field before an oil derricks, the nave of a cathedral, and an anechoic chamber—which resembles the interior of an alien spacecraft and produces no reflections whatsoever. Sometimes the effect is subtle, inviting you to lean in and listen more closely; sometimes it’s outsized and operatic." (July 17th, 2015 on OpenCulture.com)Read the whole article here: http://www.openculture.com/2015/07/the-same-song-sung-in-15-places.html
Watch the video here:
the Wikisinger from Touché Videoproduktion on Vimeo.
Reminds me of the piece I recorded in 2011 called MBTA Journey. Listen here: