Dino, aka Liao Ming-ho, is a noise artist, guqin (an ancient stringed Chinese musical instrument) maker and performer based in Taipei. Once a bassist of the Clippers Band, he is a seminal figure in the second wave of the noise movement in Taiwan during the late-1990s. He uses simple analogue equipment to create electronic sound with no input, which is known as ‘recycle music’, by generating loops from circuitry noise, static, or microphone feedback. In recent years, Dino participates in experimental films and live music production for the theatre. He was awarded Best Sound Effects in Taipei Film Festival (2003). The first anthology of his early cassette recordings (1996-97) will be released by Kandala Records in 2015.