Oskar Sala – The Former Future of Sound

In 1948 Sala further developed the Trautonium into the Mixtur-Trautonium. The Mixtur-Trautonium allowed for the first time in music history the execution of sounds which had only been known in theory since the Middle Ages, but were never actually playable. Sala’s invention opened the field of subharmonics, the symmetric counterpart to overtones, so that a thoroughly distinct tuning evolved. He created the non-musical soundtrack for Alfred Hitchcock’s film The Birds.

Posted in film on September 14th, 2011 by Victor Plastic | 1 Comments

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  1. Pat said,

    on September 19th, 2011 at 04:51

    Beautiful. Thank you!

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