Innovative Sound Designer Creates Musical Instruments Out Of Food [Video]

Innovative Sound Designer Creates Musical Instruments Out Of Food [Video]

Diego Stocco uses natural ingredients like rice, almonds and bees as the instruments for this musical performance.

Emma Hutchings
  • 7 may 2012

Diego Stocco, the sound designer who has made innovative music from sand, a tree and a bonsai, collaborated with Burt’s Bees to celebrate this past Earth Day with a natural musical experience. All of the sounds in this video performance were created by nature, including ingredients used in the company’s products like honey, almonds, rice and coconuts. Trees, orange peel and bees also played a part in the composition, which was performed without synthesizers, samplers or additional sounds. You can check it out in the video below:

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