It wasn’t also lengthy ago that I wrote up an album from Kill Paris which relied heavily on the MIDI Sprout, a device that converted electrical signals from plants into MIDI notes. But that is not the only way to turn objects that are not supposed to make music into musical devices.

If there’s any person who knows a point or two about generating music from random issues, it is Shawn Wasabi. A single of the foremost professionals working with the MIDI Fighter in the planet, Wasabi gets a kick out of generating weird music. For his newest experiment, he attached cables to boba balls and plugged them into his MIDI Fighter to make a sick beat.

The subsequent week, he did the very same point with popsicles, even though it didn’t go practically as viral.

The original video has currently been noticed by the likes of Jimmy Fallon and Teen Vogue and has three.two million views on Twitter. Wasabi is not a stranger to going viral, but this could unlock some new avenue in his profession. Either way, it is cool to watch!