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Drawing from conceptual discussions and a reflection o n extended techniques in musical performance, we offer the notion of an 'ad hoc instrument' as an instrument constructed during the course of interacting with it. To concretise the idea, we explore the utility of 'Pin&Play' technology where interface elements like dials, sliders and buttons are pinned to a conductive substrate. We describe an ad hoc sound mixer and ad hoc synthesizer, and report o n our performance experience with them. Wedoi:10.5281/zenodo.1176880 fatcat:7yvwgtvwcnfydgeukp2wjovzs4