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Acoustic Arts creates dynamic outdoor play areas with new line of kinetic instruments
07 Aug 2018 . BY Lauren Heath-Jones
Acoustic Arts creates dynamic musical play areas for attractions, as well as educational and leisure settings
Acoustic Arts, a UK-based manufacturer of outdoor percussion musical instruments for attractions, has launched a new range of kinetic instruments that can be played using the whole body.

Part of the new collection is the company's latest release, the Wobble Drum. Consisting of a shallow drum, mounted on a spring and anchored to the ground, the Wobble Drum is a sealed drum that contains bells, balls or rattles. Users stand on the drum and move their hips or gently rock from side to side to create a rhythm.

"Acoustic Arts' products are designed to bring out people's innate musical potential with an activity that combines creativity, rhythm and coordination," says Acoustic Arts' managing director, John Walls.

"This presents an exciting and fulfilling challenge on an individual level, the experiences moves to another level when other people join in," Walls adds.

Mounted in hand-built timber frames the instruments are designed to provide fun, interactive experiences for visitors, and can be installed as a standalone piece, or combined to create a dynamic musical play area.
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