Traps Drum set. A transportable drum set. Weighs 55 pounds.
Not sure how well it travels. Or what that looks like. Not sure how the drums sound...
Is it a sacrifice from a real drum set, with shells?
What is the benefit?
How are you meant to travel with this...What is its use story.
Would this solve any space issues for drummers playing the subway? Is that a concern?
the I PHONE has music applications, which utilize the touch screen capability in the form of a piano keyboard, and a guitar fret board.
The experience of use is novelty at best.
You can use one finger from each hand to poke at notes on the keyboard.
The action of playing is not authentic to the physical parameters of its archetype.
In other words you can't play chords with both hands, it has minimal functionality as a piano...
perhaps you can poke out a melody, to get a tune in your head.... for interstitial melodic spontaneity. I
I haven't seen anyone using these applications on their I phones in the subway yet.
I wonder if you can record what you play, that might prove a viable designed intervention....then I can use my I P HONE keyboard as a Juke Box Memory, I can collect audio clips, and make play lists.
A more integrated system which helps the musician evolve his/her musical expressions.
I've read that an artist keeps a visual inventory of their work, so the kinds of shapes they create maintained as a repertoire of work.
Process/Meditative focus Super Learning.
The Pop up speaker.
Satisfies a compact, form, palm sized speaker, for the I POD or mp3
Satisfies a portability criterion.
Inventive, analog/electric, simple technology, speaker, magnet, wire, battery, dc/ac power, transformer...
action, changes sound properties, popping open the palm sized sphere creates an air chamber for the speaker to resonate within.
Perhaps the PoP up Palm could be part of an Isolation system. A portable Isolation system that was a SOFT intervention. Using Industrial Felt...or high tech fabrics, for sound absorption, and sheet like structural flexibility, stiffness, ....
Shape, Contour, topography
I imagine a person with an instrument self contained, in a pop open sound envelope.