On Saturday 27 May, we organised a workshop around musical technological objects for children with autism. During the workshop, the children were able to make sound recordings either using physical objects with piezoelectric sensors installed on them, or using a microphone with which they could record their voices. Once a sound had been recorded, several boxes were set out. Each box corresponded to an effect applied to the sound.
The children listened one by one to each box, and therefore to each transformation. And then each box became a musical instrument that the children could play together.