Do you like bikes and enjoy listening to music? Why not combine your passion for both like Roger Lima who is a composer, sound designer and bike fanatic.
Roger Lima had a lively idea to record natural sounds his bike makes while interacting with certain components of the bike. He uses conventional kitchen utensils to tap the bikes frame, a cardboard box to swiftly brush the wheel, drum sticks to beat the spinning tires, and the sounds of air slowing being released from the tire.
The results are an energetic, techno-style beat mixed with a little hip hop that’s sure to get you pumped up and ready to ride your bike. If you enjoy Roger Lima's tunes, visit WhiteNoise Lab for more information.
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