A new Kickstarter project proposes to “create the first album recorded entirely on 3D printed instruments.”
(…weiter auf fabbaloo.com)
The First 3D Printed Album
by Buddha and the Cornbread
Buddha and the Cornbread wants to create the first album recorded entirely on 3D printed instruments.
The year was nineteen-dickety-two. Saddam Hussein was marching across the plains of Scotland, and only one band could put a stop to it: Led Zeppelin. Unfortunately, they were unavailable due to food poisoning, so the government sent Buddha and the Cornbread. They were defeated horribly, but they got to eat Chipotle so it was okay. After all this trouble and turmoil, Buddha and the Cornbread decided to sit down and write 2 EPs and one full-length album, which can be found at buddhacornbread.bandcamp.com. Buddha and the Cornbread were trying to come up with an idea for their fourth album, when Cornbread stumbled upon the blueprints for a 3D printed ukulele. The gang decided to create the first-ever 3D printed album- but there was one problem. They had spent all their samolians on Pokemon cards and Twinkies. So they turned to the greatest hero of all… Crowdsourcing.
(…weiter auf kickstarter.com)