The Junkman is back to explore the sounds that can be made with a common household toy and a homemade wooden drum!
After a brief summer hiatus, The Junkman is back with a whole bunch of new sounds and objects for his Salvage Super Sounds series. First up, an old drum head. Happy new school year, everyone. Stay safe and be kind to each other and Mother Earth!
Musical instruments are all around us as witnessed in this week's clip wherein The Junkman uses a set of plastic shipping blocks to create beautiful sounds. (And yes, Mrs Junkman knows better than to throw anything in the recycling bin before letting her husband listen to it first!)
Have some jar lids or bottle tops handy? Join The Junkman as he shows you how to play those tops like castanets. It's so easy, you may even have time to learn the flamenco. Olé!
After a brief break wherein he completed some new and exciting projects (Which we hope to share at a later date), The Junkman is back for another round of Salvage Super Sounds! This time he demonstrates how a truck tail light acts as a drum. Stay safe, friends!
I built this sound sculpture 16 years ago! It's still in great shape -due in part to Ms Lisa's diligence- and is now being used in virtual learning classes. Thanks for sharing this with me, Lisa!
Salvage Super Sounds Week 10 highlights an instrument called 'Marching Men,' a small instrument that delivers a big sound in stark contrast to our quiet city streets. If you're at home right now, look around you to see what instruments you can make from regular household items. Can you make a pots, pans, and mixing [...]
In this short and sweet video for Salvage Super Sounds Week Nine, The Junkman plays a shaker/drum made from a chocolate box and rice. Where did The Junkman find this chocolate box? Again, just one of the many sacrifices he's willing to make for his craft. Enjoy and stay safe, everyone. [...]