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Re: ebow for piano

from Scott Duncan:

Your questions led me to think.....what of having a kitten play inside the (open) piano? Not very reasonable/ sensible I suppose, but you could or might get:  plucking and scraping, and some damping of course; all uncontrolled/ unexpected/ unpredictable. It might curl up and do nothing -- blocking off a set of strings....

But with a live video feed to a screen, an audience might enjoy the experiment visually too. Use whatever loopers you prefer......
    Then...... you add the mouse......


On Jul 29, 2008, at 11:39 AM, Kevin Cheli-Colando wrote:

I don't imagine the kitten would enjoy it very much.

Well, that's a good point/ thought/ perspective to consider, Kevin. BUT this sort of thing doesn't necessarily mean any harm to a kitten / young (small) cat. Not intentioned at all of course, but for a curious, well-adjusted feline, it might just be another day of play....and musical to boot...

Now the mouse would most likely not find this amusing at all, so I do now withdraw the idea.