Fels describes the Hyper Drumhead as a "percussion surface that you can excite by touch. You draw shapes on the touch-screen surface, and you modify them to change the timbre and create all sorts of unique sound effects."
Musicians can load pre-recorded sound files into a connected computer, or they can inject live inputs such as vocals or guitar. Each audio source is assigned to a particular screen area and tweaking the shape's dimensions modifies the sound effects.
From University of British Columbia
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