Axel Bluhme’s XOXX Composer has now has an app, a sleek black look, and may be on the market soon.
A playable organ installation lights up a massive facade in Reykjavik.
Sound artist Koka Nikoladze has handcrafted a programmable instrument for creating analog beats.
Francis Preve's free 'PurpleDrums' sample pack puts the immortal LM-1 and Linn Drum machines in your hands.
With 3,000 moving parts, the Wintergatan Marble Machine is hand-cranked but has the complexity of a synth.
Artist João Costa created a musical instrument inspired by Genghis Khan, Sigur Rós, and Leonardo da Vinci.
The Yaybahar meets the Elektron synthesizer.
Myriam Bleau's 'Soft Revolvers' combines LED-embedded tops, algorithms, and motion data in an illuminating performance.
"What is the difference between playing a game and playing music?" asks music inventor Hakab Libdo.
Ototo, which was recently acquired by the MoMA's permanent collection, is a tool that lets you create your own instruments from random objects (including food).
Squishing soft things equals music when it comes to the 'Multi Sensory Interactive Inflatable' created by musician/hacker Jnr Hacksaw and inflatables artists Filthy Luker Pedro Estrellas.
Yuri Suzuki recently collaborated with local artists to create improvised instruments from technology found at South African markets.