I did not mean to make this astronomy weekend, but this was a video I thought sombunall of you would enjoy -- a cover of "Across the Universe" using only a vocal and sounds from the recent space probe's recording of a comet. ("Across the Universe" is a Beatles song, specifically one by John Lennon.)
The video is from Andrew Huang, an artist I was not familiar with before. Huang writes:
When I first heard that the ESA had not only landed on but recorded audio from a comet, I knew I had to make something out of it. This is my reworking of the Beatles' awesome cosmic ballad "Across the Universe" which, apart from my singing, was created entirely with sounds from the Rosetta space probe's recording of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.
Check out this video of the sound design process.
The original recording "A Singing Comet" can be heard on the European Space Agency's SoundCloud.
This cover is available for download as part of an entire album produced with the sounds of the comet which I'm wrapping up work on this week. Pre-order it.
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