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A floating watermill on England's Tyne incorporates electroacoustic instruments powered and influenced by the changing properties of the river
A Bubble Synth is influenced by the chemical makeup of the river, also making use of a "giant overhead bellows"
A (wonderfully named) Salinity Sampler Sequencer "plays" hourly river water samples with the assistance of a wooden conveyor belt and electronic sensors
An equally-wonderfully titled Laser Turbidatron is influenced by the muddiness of the river samples, driven by a series of gears and cranks
Actually a tide mill, Flow's waterwheel powers a variety of handcrafted electroacoustic instruments
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