David Osborne, a traveler from Australia, has created a DIY drum kit by using parts from an old bicycle. He claims that the kit takes just 20 minutes to transform a bike into a drumcycle, which includes 5 cymbals, 3 snare drums and a foot pedal.
This funky, white, drummer boy has certainly created the coolest drum set on the block that perfectly fits into two bags and a back pack.
Implications - I'm not too concerned when this rhythmic vehicle is in its drum-mode as the parts are stationary and unlikely to harm others. I just hope that when David Osborne rides this thing down the street, pieces of his kit doesn't just fly off and harm pedestrians.
David Osborne Travels Everywhere With His Portable Drum Set
1. DIY Music Instruments - The trend of creating your own musical instruments from repurposed materials could disrupt the traditional music industry by allowing more people to access affordable, customizable musical instruments.
2. Portable Music Equipment - The trend of creating portable musical equipment, like the drumcycle, presents an opportunity for musicians to have access to their instruments while on the go, potentially disrupting the live performance industry.
3. Sustainability in Music - The trend of repurposing old materials to create new musical instruments could disrupt the music industry and promote sustainability by reducing waste and encouraging creative resourcefulness.
1. Music - The music industry could be disrupted by these trends as more people have access to affordable and portable instruments, potentially changing the way music is created and performed.
2. Sustainable Manufacturing - The trend of repurposing materials could disrupt traditional manufacturing processes and promote sustainability in industries beyond music.
3. Travel and Tourism - The focus on portable and customizable musical instruments could impact the travel and tourism industry, providing opportunities for musicians to incorporate live music into their travel experiences.