I take requests

(on facebook? oh geez. go to www.joshuavt.com for the full post)

So here’s the deal -

I want to make a an ep in the next 2 weeks.

5 songs

I want all the sounds for each tune to come from only one item ( ex – a chair, mug, cat, bazooki) etc. I want to stretch my brain and ears a little bit, make me wring all the music out of an object that I can.

I want


people to pick the items for me. It’s more fun/challenging this way.

Leave your item of choice in the comments and I’ll get on it.

Don’t be shy, but try to pick something that I don’t have to spend money on? Maybe? That’d be great.

Once it’s done I’ll put it up here for whoever wants to download it.


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9 thoughts on “I take requests

  1. E says:

    plastic bag

  2. Devin Hornby says:

    old-fashioned telephone.

  3. CV says:

    our old samsung cell phone.
    if the camera feature is on, you can press one of four arrow keys to zoom in our out and some other stupid feature. each direction makes a fairly awesome sound…kinda sounds like the beat in that outkast song that slick rick was on.
    you can borrow it for free.

  4. Stacey says:

    Chalk board
    Full box of cereal

  5. david b says:

    subway car
    box of matches
    bottle or can of beer

  6. Burkey says:

    old school gaming system: nintendo, sega, n64, etc. Street Fighter II of possible.

  7. thea says:

    tape measure with retract button
    gas stove
    electric toothbrush

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