Collaborative Instrument Requires Two People To Play

Collaborative Instrument Requires Two People To Play
Design

Conceptual designer Matt West has developed a prototype device that requires teamwork for it to operate.

Kyle Studstill
  • 29 november 2010

Collaborative Instrument Requires Two People To Play-23

Conceptual designer Matt West has developed a prototype musical instrument that requires two people to play. One person controls the pitch, while the other controls the rhythm, resulting in a basic piece of music that works only if the players are in sync with each other’s subtle cues.

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