Today I would like to introduce you to a very creative technique to create sounds from elements of nature and day to day objects. I will share with you a few really cool videos.

The first one is from a japanese TV ad and what is interesting about this one is the way that the creators of this piece went all the way back to the very beginning of sound design to recreate a classic from J.S Bach.

Touchwood - NttdoComo

The second video was created by Julian Smith from http://juliansmith.tv and it is called Techno Jeep. The shooting took 7 hours and all sounds are from a Jeep.

Julian Smith - Techno Jeep

The next videos are from Diego Stocco http://diegostocco.com. Diego is a sound designer, composer and performer that creates eclectic musical experiences with custom built instruments and experimental recording techniques. He's one of the principal creative sound designers for the multi Award winning virtual instruments AtmosphereTM, StylusTM RMX and the new Power Synth Omnisphere®.

Diego Stocco - Music from a Tree

Diego Stocco - Music From a Dry Cleaner

Diego Stocco - Music From A Dry Cleaner from Diego Stocco on Vimeo.

About the author of this post

I'm an audio enthusiastic from Porto Alegre, Brazil. I've been working with audio since 2006. I'm a fan of sound design, film score and recording techniques. Follow me on twitter: @gustavoguiotto