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Bubblegum Sequencer: music never sounded so sweet

Bubblegum Sequencer: music never sounded so sweet
Darren Murph
Darren Murph|January 22, 2008 8:39 AM

Hot on the heels of one of our favorite music creations of all time comes the Bubblegum Sequencer, which would've certainly claimed top honors (if only momentarily) had it arrived just weeks ago. This homegrown music maker lacks the elegance seen in the BeatBearing project, but gets your body bouncin' all the same. The hole-filled board sits atop a computer-connected webcam, which feeds in signals when a particular opening is plugged with a gumball. From there, the Java-based software translates the data and pumps out whatever beats you can dream of. Ready to take a listen? Check out the video waiting after the jump.

[Via The POKE with No Name, thanks Kevin]

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