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Inside the Box – Part 2: Recording Audio through…Sausage?

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Recording should be an adventure. It’s very important that when you’re recording, when you’re documenting, or when you’re creating art, that you make it as memorable as possible.

I’ve — over time, have done a lot of experiments, including recording guitar players playing through drills, filtering sounds through various vegetables, or pickles, or lightbulbs, and there’s a particular sound in using all of these things as filters. I have used sausage. There’s an amazing saturation with sausage, and now you think, “Okay, it’s me,” why does it give you this sound?

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Well, sausage has a high concentration of sodium, and sodium is a great conductor. Now, if you add cheese to that sausage, if you get cheese sausage, a whole different sound. Apparently, there’s a higher concentration of sodium in the cheese, and you’ll get a different sound with cheese. Just thought I’d let you know.

I think that if you use a raw sausage, putting audio through it is going to heat it up, so you are actually cooking the sausage while you’re running audio through it. I really think that there needs to be a plugin — let’s say, it would be a potato plugin, or a lightbulb plugin. You know, I’ve got plans. [laughs]

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