(Video) Ambient Music Made by Mexican Jumping Beans

(Video) Ambient Music Made by Mexican Jumping Beans

Musician Daniel Romero has programmed a phenomenal sound environment where the natural motion of Mexican jumping beans trigger sounds on a computer.

Dan Gould
  • 30 september 2009

Musician Daniel Romero has programmed a phenomenal sound environment where the natural motion of Mexican jumping beans trigger sounds on a computer. Contact microphones sense when the beans jump and set off different musical tones, creating a random, organic composition. Download an MP3 of the song here.

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