Andrew Huang’s video of his majestic MIDI narwhal not only shows how to tweak images to make art into music in a sequencer, but serves as a look at LG’s epically-wide 49″ 49WL95C display, which we need on our desk right now. Check his video description for a chance to win one.
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We already know that a rubber chicken can be used to make music. But Andrew Huang amped things up with Hexinverter’s mutant rubber chicken that uses compressed air to allow it to be played electronically. This is some serious mad scientist sh*t. Crazy sounds start at 1:59.