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Nothing sounds cooler than the word soundweaving sounds! And nothing sound cooler than what soundweaving is!
Hungarian design student Zsanett Szirmay takes patterns used in traditional folk embroidery and turns them into music by translating them into laser-cut punch cards fed through a custom music box. This project titled, Soundweaving, was inspired by how paper cards are weaved in a loom and reproduced for various textiles. The designer collaborated with musician Bálint Tárkány-Kovács who did the sound designing and production of the work. The project took part at Vieanna Design Week with MOME Laboratory.
Check out the video above and see the interesting process of the embroidery working as score for the music.