For my final project, I wanted to revive an old unfinished piece from last semester. I wanted to weave the realms of digital and analog in a musical context. I also wanted to create the conversation of digital music as an accessible medium to creating music for those who aren't well-versed in musicianship but also a possible impediment with limitations for those who are. By creating a harp that can be played and never "sound wrong" by most everyone but also taking away much control such as dynamics, physical touch, and a larger note range to improvise with, I visually demonstrate the conversation being conveyed. Unfortunately, before show time, the harp malfunctioned and didn't work, this could also be a critique on the lack of reliability with digital scapes to work with in music, but I still wish it did work.