Momo Tseng, Hsing-Ying
I chose The Crisis – Ennio Morricone, the theme song of the film Legend of 1900 Sea Pianist, to try out oBravo’s three headphones, Cupid, Venus, and Ra.
Cupid brings me the sensory intuition of how music narrates the combination between the player and the music, as well as the dense and detailed sound of the three different frequencies of high, mid and low frequency; and Vesus is through its sound performance, let me see my heart The space imagined at the moment, and immersed in the rhythm of the soundtrack, the communication between the composer and the musician. Ra is more delicate. It tells stories through notes, melody, and deep bass. It takes me across the screen through headphones and into the time, space and emotion of this movie. A deep emotion, as if it took me a piece of time to read and experience the film Pianist at Sea again.
— Momo Tseng, Hsing-Ying Taiwanese independent movie director