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Dino

Dino (aka Liao Ming-He) is a guqin (an ancient stringed Chinese musical instrument) maker and noise performer based in Taipei. Once a bassist of the Clippers Band, he is a seminal figure in the second wave of the noise movement in Taiwan during the late-1990s. He uses simple analogue equipment to create electronic sound with no input, which is known as ‘recycle music’, by generating loops from circuitry noise, static, or microphone feedback. In recent years, Dino participates in experimental films and live music production for the theatre. He was awarded Best Sound Effects in Taipei Film Festival (2003). Dino is particularly fond of British punk subculture and traditional Chinese classics, of which the influence can be found from his works.

Dino,本名廖銘和,居於台北,製作古琴,並做噪音表演。臺灣90年代噪音第二波代表人物,曾為知名團體「夾子」樂隊成員。他的創作標識著九零年代後半期臺北噪音運動在技術上走向純類比電子,在內涵上建立獨立美學之里程碑。Dino 的電子音響來自於極其簡陋的模擬器材,利用線路雜音、靜電或麥克風回饋建立迴圈回路,在無音源的狀況下創造「買空賣空」的「再生音樂」(Recycle Music)。
近年來Dino 參與實驗電影、小劇場現場配樂製作,曾獲臺北電影節最佳音效獎。Dino 對於英倫龐克文化及中國古典文化研究著力甚深,這些影響當可見於其作品之中。

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