How to Make a Dance Track With a Couple of Beers

(via) It used to be that we’d just purse our lips over the edge of a beer bottle’s top and blow to make a sound, and then new technologies came along. Witness musician Koji Kobura sampling beer can sounds with an Ableton machine and using an Arturia MiniLab MK2 to make a groove. Not bad, Koji. Not bad.

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