WideEyedVision, was commissioned to create two apps for a world wide exhibition for The Rolling Stones – Exhibitionism .
The apps run on kiosks and let users mix The Rolling Stones songs and explore video archive material about studio recordings. The apps have received great critical acclaim …
But the most unexpected treat is the digital mixing board that allows you to turn up or down the volume of every separate instrument on various Stones recordings. Want to hear “Rocks Off” with just Watts’ shuffling, funky drums and Bill Wyman’s libidinous bass line? Go for it. “Sympathy for the Devil” with just Mick’s yowling and Keif’s snarling guitar licks? No problem. A Stones obsessive could easily spend an hour happily playing around on that station (and since the exhibit provides numerous digital mixing boards, there’s no pressure to move on quickly). – Billboard Magazing
A re-created studio live room (modelled on Olympic studios perhaps?) and mixing desk are nerd-vana for anyone remotely interested in the recording process and are coupled with the chance to “mix” your own Rolling Stones track. It’s ridiculously good fun playing around with classic tunes, gleefully messing about with the faders and turning up or turning down the isolated vocals and instruments – DIY Magazine
Each of the galleries is effective in its own right. Especially potent are sections with the guitars of Richards and later addition Ronnie Wood and their reflections on each instrument, a mix-your-own-Stones-tune headphone station – Chicago Tribune
In the same room is a cool mixing-board feature where you can turn up and down the individual tracks (Jagger’s lead vocal, guitars, bass, drums, backing vocals, keyboards…) of eight different songs, including “Rocks Off,” “Miss You” and “Undercover of the Night.” – Chicago Sun Times