Benjamin Whitehill & Murray Royston-Ward

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Ben and Murray met in Berlin in the Summer of 2018 and discovered a mutual interest in using vibration speakers to create physical feedback paths through their respective instruments. Ben utilises a range of extended guitar techniques, vibration speakers, fx pedals, and a DIY built amplifier which incorporates radio interference. Murray makes feedback systems through junk objects, architectural features such as windows, balloons, and sellotape using an array of contact mic's, transference through proximity, audio exciters, and vibration speakers. A selection of audio electronics introduce dynamic re-routing of signal paths, stray radio signals, solenoids, motors, and oscillators.
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Ben and Murray met in Berlin in the Summer of 2018 and discovered a mutual interest in using vibration speakers to create physical feedback paths through their respective instruments.

Ben utilises a range of extended guitar techniques, vibration speakers, fx pedals, and a DIY built amplifier which incorporates radio interference.

Murray makes feedback systems through junk objects, architectural features such as windows, balloons, and sellotape using an array of contact mic's, transference through proximity, audio exciters, and vibration speakers. A selection of audio electronics introduce dynamic re-routing of signal paths, stray radio signals, solenoids, motors, and oscillators.

This user account status is Approved