Depending if you’re more of a technology enthusiast or a music enthusiast you’ll either find this to be incredibly cool or a musical abomination. One of the two. A group of students at the University of Michigan take classes from the instructor Georg Essl. In that class they’re learning the art of building, designing and playing the iPhone as a music instrument. Anyone feel sorry for the parents paying for a class that will at best give their kids a skill to show off at the water cooler once they’re in the real world?
Well they decided to have a show and they will be performing their iPhone orchestra at a public concert on December the 9th. To some this might be a huge technological achievement, but I can definitely see several classical music enthusiasts getting a bit annoyed. Wrong or right it is neat to hear about someone finding a new way to entertain the public with music. Even if you are paying hard earned cash to watch a bunch of kids play with their iPhone. You can check out a video of one of their older concerts by going here.