Embodied Sound - Sam

In thinking about embodied sound I started thinking about the act of embodying sound and what it means to give a body to sound, or for it to have a body. What kinds of objects contain sound? What kinds of objects make sound? What kinds of objects are just a jar of peanut butter? I started thinking about the idea of a sonic object and what it could be: records and CD's and tapes contain sound; trombones, guitars, and drums make sound. But what about a box fan or a vacuum: objects with distinct sonic properties that are sometimes used for these properties in lieu of their intended functions? Finding what might happen if you mash a variety of sonic objects together has sparked my interest.