Sound waves have a shape – those shapes have a distinctive sound. Here are some basic sound waveforms. Just listen to a few so you get the idea, and then scroll down. Trust me.
See the picture below?
That is a hair. It has a shape. What would this hair sound like if it was converted to a sound wave?
Well, thanks to a Japanese composer, we know. He made sounds for a website devoted to women’s grooming from the shapes of hair, but not just any hair. It was from hair down there.
That’s right, you’re listening to Japanese women’s pubes. (Why wasn’t that bomb stronger?)
DJ from hip hop unit m-flo creates song dedicated “To the world’s crotch.”
It’s definitely a unique sound. Wild yet elegant, plaintive, but possessing an undeniably confident sensuality. You might even detect an organic, even feminine feel to it, perhaps a product of 15 women who played critical roles in “In Motion’s” creation.
Those women aren’t musicians, though, but instead volunteers who donated their pubic hair, the curvaceous outlines of which were mapped as sound waves which form the melody onto which Takahashi dropped a beat.
ht/ The Big Owe