Sound Revival, by Royal College of Art graduate James Boock, is a range of objects designed for musicians. It is used to create sound visually when performing. Sound Revival puts the performance back into live music by visually reacting to four digital sounds. They are used in musical performances to produce an engaging experience and unique sound.
Because the process of making music is often concealed within a computer or processor, the design aims to create a greater understanding of how sound effects are generated and give a visual identity to the unseen. The objects also result in a performance that brings the listener and performer together.