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A closer look at Hoefs’s Beat Blocks sequencer

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Eric Singer, founder of the Brooklyn-based League of Electronic Musical Urban Robots (LEMUR) brought some amazing hacked goodies, including this MIDI saxophone/red herring—a work in progress.

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Singer also brought this box of conductive slime, which generated different tones depending on the circuits created when the slime touched electrical leads in the box. Amazing stuff.

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