This guy drew a musical unicorn and it sounds MAGICAL

22 February 2017, 17:34

Midi unicorn

By Amy MacKenzie

The unicorn plays music. Or the music makes a unicorn. Whatever: either way, it's incredible.

YouTuber Andrew Huang is a young Canadian music producer who enjoys exploring the wonder of music, particularly inventing new ways to make sounds and generally trying fun new ideas. 

You may have seen his video where he inverted all the intervals in Beethoven's Für Elise, but this time he challenged himself to create a 'Midicorn'. 

After drawing around his unicorn mask, named Timmy, he traced it with midi notes. After a few tweaks and turns, he found the perfect results, and it is as no less glorious than you would expect from a unicorn:

See how Andrew did it here:

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