Express Yourself Musically

Unless you play some instrument or do some sound mixing on your gadgets, there’s very little chance that you actually (like physically) get to express your music. The Physical Sequencer is a grid-based, human-scale interface that allows you to transform your movements and gestures into techno-trance sounds. It’s better than sitting and reading that paper mister! It features 56 proximity sensors arranged in a 7×8 grid that convert the gestures into music via a software.

Now why would you want to dance in front of grid to make some music? Honestly I don’t know, but I’m sure the thrill of connecting dance, drama and music must have something to do with it.

Check out the video that explains it all…

Designer: Giuseppe Guerriero with Yamaha

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  • tudza says:

    I have to wonder about your first sentence. Ever heard of singing?

    • Jeremiah says:

      Singing is so 20th century 😛 Dood, this is like a dream I had where I could move to make music, this is the closest thing to that realization of that dream! Epic, I wish the music had to follow how I danced rather than the usualy, me following the music. Booring. This would be sick for people who are afraid to dance in clubs becuase they’re afraid they would be off beat 😛

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