Watch Pink Floyd Performed in the World’s Most Powerful Sonorous Space of NASA


This footage is a few years old, however for those who’re 17 billion miles from Earth, it’ll in all probability be new to you.

On December 31, 2013, guitarist Rich Evans—who by the appears to be like of things works for NASA— took his black Fender Strat and amp to the eart’s strongest reverberant acoustic test facility on the Space Energy Facility at NASA’s Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, Ohio.

vans plugged in and proceeded to play the intro to Pink Floyd’s “Another Brick in The Wall,” . The outcomes show the highly effective atmosphere throughout the facility.

“I had my amp on a very dry gritty distortion setting with completely no reverb, or time effects from the amp,” Evans writes. “So the combined chorus, delay, echo, swell impact that you simply hear is 100 percent the chamber. Wow.”


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