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We combine two concepts, the musical instrument as metaphorand technology probes, to explore how tangible interfaces canexploit the semantic richness of sound. Using participatorydesign methods from Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), wedesigned and tested the A20, a polyhedron-shaped, multichannel audio input/output device. The software maps soundaround the edges and responds to the user's gestural input,allowing both aural and haptic modes of interaction as well asdirect manipulation of mediadoi:10.5281/zenodo.1179489 fatcat:y47k3exxprefzbzfbfxhzivb6i