Hybrid experimental musical instrument that combines the sound of dribbling percussion with an electromagnetic system manually assembled.
Through a water valve it can be determined the dripping frequency of the contained liquid into the container that relays on the metallic surface; this way regular rhythmic patterns can be generated. Materials used are found objects from different origin. Some parts belong to previous instruments.
Jonathan García Lana (1985, Hasselt, Belgium) researches from 2009 about experimental luthery under the pseudonym “TUNIPANEA” and carries out different public activities such as workshops, exhibitions, special events, concerts and made to measure and design of instruments. He develops his creations mixing found objects with electronic elements he makes, giving new meaning to the uses of everyday technology as an expressive tool and social construction mechanism.