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A Capella Loops by Yamaha

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11:22 AM | 18 October 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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A concept by Olof Lindh & Fredrik Nathorst-Westfelt invites everyone to become a composer with their own voices.

One of best executed pieces of student work we've seen. This concept for Yamaha by Olof Lindh & Fredrik Nathorst-Westfelt invites everyone to become a composer with their own voices. Brought to life with some fine animation, this quality piece of work sets a standard that everyone should be aspiring to deliver.

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Creatives: Olof Lindh and Fredrik Nathorst
School: Berghs

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