June 13, 2017

Grab your fidget spinner because it can make music

By Taran Bassi
(Picture: Andrew Huang/YouTube)

They can be used for tricks, nail art inspiration and even for porn material searches, but now you can make music with them.

Nuts, we know, because just when you thought the latest trend that everyone is obsessed with couldn’t get any better (or worse depending on your view of the spinning gadgets) it’s just been given a whole new dimension.

Thanks to YouTuber Andrew Huang, you can now learn all the ways to add the fidget spinner along with the trusted triangle to the list of musical items which you can play.

He has already produced several important how to guides on creating music with a drone, pumpkins and even with an airplane seat.

But apparently he has been hounded by his fans to make music out of fidget toys, and he certainly delivered.

Grab your fidget spinner because it can make music
Look at all of those requests (Picture: Andrew Huang/YouTube)

How is this possible? We hear you ask, sweat beads dripping down your head, tightly clutching a fidget spinner and tensing your toes.

Well Andrew has been a great sport and carefully detailed how to take an object that only really makes a clicking and whirring noise and turn it into a musical beauty.

Firstly you need a microphone. Then hold the fidget spinner really close, at a tilted angle.
Then you need to isolate the humming note and place it onto a sound sampler program, and wahey, you have your ideal hedonistic beat.