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Beekeeper uses his bee colonies to make synth music

Beekeepers normally use their colonies to make honey, beeswax, pollen and to provide starter hives to their fellow apairists, but beekeeper Bioni Samp does something unusual with his bees- he records their noises and makes synth music.

Samp uses recordings taken from the hives to create minimal synth music he feels represents the life pulse of the bees. Continue reading (and listen) at Neatorama

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