Gravity

Montreal-based studio Possible Metrics has discovered a fun way to make music without the use of musicians - an idea that definitely would not fly in a traditional classical orchestra. In the video, Gravity, a series of timed drops allows various objects to create a rhythmic hybrid of bangs, bongs, and crashes that would not stand well alone but together, generate a beat that could rival the ones that come standard in a generic piano keyboard.

Directed by Renaud Hallée and Simon Allard, this project aims to show you what is achievable in the confines of your own home. By being resourceful and imaginative, you don't need a downtown loft or coveted studio space in order to visualize the things that can be. You just do it and sees what comes out of the other side. The end result may surprise you.