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The weekly music television series “Sounds by the Sound” prides itself on covering the hottest acts in Seattle music and shedding light on the cultural impact of the city’s scene. In a new episode airing tonight on Revolt TV, the series will take a closer look at music and its relationship to another notable Seattle industry — technology.

The episode features live performances by hip-hop acts Will Jordan, at the Museum of History and Industry, and Spekulation, at the Living Computer Museum. You’ll remember Spekulation as the guy who remixed Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch’s Super Bowl press conference words “I’m just ’bout that action, boss” into a viral sensation.

Seattle native and host Andy Harms also chats with local musician/sound engineer Andy Rohrman about creating music for video games, ads and movies. Rohrman shows off his home studio and a mix of new and old music technology that helps him create entire soundscapes for his projects.

“Sounds by the Sound” was created in partnership with Seattle’s tourism organization, Visit Seattle, and its ad agency Publicis Seattle.

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