Artists create EP of ‘area music’ from NASA’s audio archive
We’ve a mushy spot for all issues outer area right here at Engadget, so naturally an EP of tunes constructed completely with audio clips from stated exploration caught our eye… and ears. NASA lately launched an enormous library of sound information on SoundCloud, together with rocket engine sounds and radio transmissions — even President Kennedy makes an look. Two musicians discovered the gathering whereas working one other area-associated venture and determined to make 80UA: a 4-monitor EP of “area music” that is constructed utilizing solely the area company’s collected audio. In fact, the clips have been tweaked to suit every music, however all the supply materials comes from NASA’s archive. After roping in a couple of buddies to assist, Davide Cairo and Giacomo Muzzacato launched the trouble at no cost by way of Dangerous Panda Data, and as you may anticipate, SoundCloud was the suitable touchdown spot. Head there to obtain the tracks, or bounce previous the break for a fast pay attention.
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