With all the technological advancements seen of late, sometimes it’s easy to forget that other industries continue to evolve as well; for instance, take the Rezon acoustic instrument. Designed by recent graduate Simon Morasi Pipercic, it hopes to anticipate the needs and wants of future music composers, performers and consumers.
Made from a special type of steel wire, the Rezon acoustic instrument allows a spectrum of sound, boasting two octaves, with fifteen tones per octave. Browse the gallery for images of this innovation musical instrument, courtesy of DesignBoom.com. Make sure to visit their website for more photos and info.
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Rezon Acoustic Instrument Adapts to Future Musical Needs
- By: Meghan YoungOct 13, 2009