Sampling Gone Wrong: A Bubble Wrap Popping Simulator
Now I am a sampling fanatic and want to democratize sampling. But there reaches a limit where this can go too far.
Bubble wrap sampling crosses the line.
With this PutiPuti bubble wrap emulator, the buttons are supposed to emulate the feel of bubble wrap, and when you push one, you hear a popping noise. And every 100 pops, just to reduce the machine gun effect, you may hear a door chime, barking dog,passing gas, or “sexy voice.”
Some things are best left unsampled. It's the human touch that cannot be reproduced in a satisfying manner... the carress of the finger on those bulbous plasticine sacs and the excitement of those micro-explosions. Part of the experience is the satisfaction that once you’ve popped the last bubble, there’s none left.
You can buy a PutiPuti in any of 5 colors in September for about $7. Or, you can spend that $7 on something like 30 square feet of the real glorious bubble wrap.
End of rant.