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Turn any object into an instrument with ‘Sound Pegs’

16
Mar
2014

As a child, you may have been pretty proud of yourself for making your own chimes out of drinking glasses filled with varying levels of water. But that pales in comparison to Sound Pegs, the new percussion instrument devised by London designer Nick Brennan: simple wooden clips that attach to and turn virtually any common household object – from books to plants to Christmas decorations – into a drum. Sound Pegs work by clipping onto an object and detecting the vibrations that result from hitting said object with a drumstick.

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