What better way to spice up your studio with a wooden waveform to decorate those soundproof walls.
Created by Austin-based artist Colin Hendee, the wooden sculpture features the pattern of history's most famous drum break. The Amen Break is a six-second drum sample from 1969's chart-topping single "Amen, Brother" by Gregory Cylvester "G. C." Coleman. This sample went on to be used extensively in early hip-hop and became the basis for jungle and drum & bass music.
“I finished the Amen Break Waveform! This is one of my favorite things I’ve made in awhile. The amen break has been a big part of my life for over 15 years, and I felt good about the tribute,” Hendee noted in a Facebook post.
You can buy your very own 'Amen Break' waveform in the wood of your choice for around $250 USD here.