Brett Domino Covers OutKast’s Hey Ya! On The Skoog (Plus! ‘Skoog Flute’ Masterclass!)

Brett Domino and Steven Peavis perform André 3000 / OutKast’s smash hit, Hey Ya!, using the new musical instrument – The Skoog.

The Skoogmusic Skoog is basically a music controller, designed with special needs requirements in mind:

An instrument designed explicitly for special needs music education to empower those unable to play traditional instruments. The Skoog is a soft, squeezable object that simply plugs straight into your computer or laptop’s USB port.

Simply touching, pressing, squashing, twisting or tapping the Skoog allows you to play a wide range of instruments, intuitively.

Goals for The Skoog include improving motor skills, coordination and control, multi-sensory learning and sensory integration.

Below, co-inventor Dr Ben Schogler demonatrates The Skoog’s main features and gives a little masterclass in ‘Skoog flute’.


  • USB connection – just plug in and play!
  • Soft and tactile surface, inclusive for all users
  • MAC and PC compatible
  • Adjustable Sensitivity and a range of customiseable options
  • Extensive range of Physical Modeling Synthesis, Sampling and Midi sound options

Box Contains:

  • 1x Skoog USB controller
  • 1 x CD inc. – Skoogmusic Software (MAC and PC compatible) with Skoog user manual and Quick start guide.
  • All future software updates from the Skoogmusic website

The Skoog is priced at £500 GBP. You can find out more about The Skoog at the Skoogmusic site.

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