New York City based musician and visual artist Tristan Perich has composed an electronic symphony which resides on a single microchip, named 1-Bit Symphony.

1-Bit Symphony has a similar aesthetic and principle as 1-Bit Music, a project Perich worked on 6 years ago. But this time Perich coded a longer piece of music onto the chip and simplified the components housed in the CD case.

“I wanted to respond to the symphonic form and think about how simple audio waveforms (1-bit tones) does not necessarily mean that the music itself must be simplistic. That it could be possible to create a long-form rich composition with 1-bit audio.” – Tristan Perich


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