Another experiment with extremely long spring reverbs. For this one I suspended 100 meters of 3.5mm galvanised steel in a long hallway. This time I used a piezo element to amplify the sound.
100 meter spring reverb makes us hear satanic voices
Nov 28, 2012 - Reply
[...] the output. But this spring reverb is on a much grander scale. [Jochem van Grieken] strung up 100 meters of coiled steel wire in a long hallway and the results sound a little bit [...]
This must be spooky for WWII veterans.
Nov 29, 2012 - Reply
Oh, yeah, sounds like the laser weapons they used back then.
No. Barbwire perhaps.
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this sounds great! what was the signal chain after the piezo?
thanks! There is no signal chain, the audio clip on soundcloud is literally the piezo feeding directly into audacity on my laptop. No pre-amp at all. For the video I connected the piezo to a simple amplifier and speaker setup and recorded the sound straight into the camera mic.
Piezo’s are an amazing piece of technology.