By recording the sounds from everyday objects—a light switch, a microwave, jellybeans falling into a bowl, ice in a glass, oats, a bicycle—and then tweaking those sounds with digital effects, sound designer Matthew Simonson has created a video series called Music in Objects.
…as well as oats and their package. He writes, “Big shout out to the lid.”
What everyday objects would you choose to make music?Follow these with Music From a Dry Cleaner, Sounds of the Hardware Store, The Secret World of Foley, A Chorus of Keys, and Why does a frozen lake sound like a Star Wars blaster?
via Laughing Squid.
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