Japanese musician creates music by scanning barcodes, internet users amazed

In a music video shared on Twitter, a musician was seen performing while scanning barcodes printed on a canvas to create the “perfect” tune. The viral video has garnered over 1.5 million views and over 80,000 likes. According to reports, the man has been identified as Ei Wada.

Famous for creating music from old electronic devices

Wada is famous for making music from old electronic devices. Reportedly, the musician also took part in an orchestral project and used 20 reel tape recorders and also created a group called Electronicos Fantasticos. The Japanese musician said barcode scanners can be used to create sounds by connecting the digitized signals directly to the audio terminal.

The Barcode musical got many people to praise the musician for his creativity.

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Another musician, Andrew Huang tagged Ei Wada’s post in his tweet and asked his followers how the music will be in 2020.

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