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Conveyor Belt Hero

Different sizes and colors of wooden blocks travel along a conveyor belt, placed in a melodious order by eight helpers on the Conveyor Belt Hero team. Mystery Guitar Man Joe Penna plays the blocks all in order with his drumsticks before they slide off the belt and onto the ground. All of the shots within the video are from the same take… take 28!

Next: Wooden blocks trigger sounds on Arduino-programmed turntables, Ice Drumming on Lake Baikal, Monster Tubulum, and lots of conveyor belts.

via Laughing Squid.

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