Here's How You Can Use A Fidget Spinner To Make Sweet, Sweet Music
23 May 2017, 12:19 | Updated: 17 July 2017, 12:26
Andrew Huang has hopped on the fidget spinner/cube craze in the most inventive and musical way.
So the fidget spinner craze has become completely inescapable over the past couple of months; and don't even get us started on the Fidget Cube. But while these toys have proven incredibly helpful for people who have issues focusing or paying attention, they aren't much use for your average neurotypical consumer. Until now.
YouTube musician Andrew Huang has turned the fidget spinner into a sick musical instrument.
Andrew is kind of a pro at turning random objects into beats; so it only makes sense that he would put his own spin on this trend (sorry). Through a mixture of clicks, whirrs and sampling, Andrew managed to turn his fidget spinner and cube into a multi-track minimal techno jam.
Find out what music with a fidget toy sounds like below.
What's even cooler about this stunt is that you can make some sweet-ass fidget music too. Andrew has gone one step further and provided a pack of sample sounds for fans who support him on Patreon.
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