This project turns an android into an instrument. Through the app touchOSC, packets of the device's accelerometer readings are sent as OSC messages into Max. Then, through Max, accelerometer data is processed and paired with audio samples to send audio out through a number of players, allowing new samples to be played back without cutting off sound clips halfway through. Features include dynamic volume based on the device's velocity, speaker routing based on the device's position, and the ability to store and loop OSC messages as they pass through. Enjoy!