PATATAP: MAKE SYNAESTHETIC BEATS WITH YOUR KEYBOARD

Patatap: Make Synaesthetic Beats With Your Keyboard
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PATATAP: MAKE SYNAESTHETIC BEATS WITH YOUR KEYBOARD



Written by Robert Foster
31 Monday 31st March 2014

Designer Jono Brandel has created Patatap by teaming up with Japan-based music duo, Lullatone, who have released over 10 albums, and often produce music for films and commercials.

Described as a “portable animation and sound kit”, Patatap also aims to express synesthesia, which is a condition in which one type of stimulation evokes the sensation of another. In this particular case, seeing sound and hearing colour.

Hitting a key from A to Z will produce a unique sound and graphic to go with it. Pressing spacebar will give you a new set of sounds to play with, and also give you a new background colour and set of shapes to match.

Go ahead and drop some beats below, someone else will pick up the slack at work.

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