This post was originally published at synthtopia.com
On Sunday, Oct 15th, audiovisual artist Ryoji Ikeda presented what was billed as ‘the world’s biggest synthesizer orchestra’, as part of RBMA LA Festival.
The event featured a performance of Ikeda’s A [for 100 cars], using low-riders tricked out with synths designed by RBMA’s Tatsuya ‘Tats’ Takahashi, who’s best known for his work at Korg.
Here’s how AutoWeek described the event:
100 cool cars with killer audio parked on the roof of a parking structure across the street from Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles, opened their doors and began blasting A’s.
Author : Brian Eno