Hershey relaunched the TAKE5 bar this year under the campaign idea of remixing everyday experiences. Now they've done the same thing with the actual packaging. Created in partnership with IPG Media Labs and Novalia, the TAKE5 Remixer uses conductive ink to create music on the spot.

It's limited release of course, but the TAKE5 Remixer allows users to immediately remix music with built-in speakers. No app required, either. It runs on batteries. because it's old school like that.

The TAKE5 Remixer made its debut at Hotel Thrillist. 500 lucky guests got their own Remixer. But if you weren't part of that exclusive party you still have a chance to win one if you retweeting @TAKE5 using #RemixerSweepstakes. But hurry. Tomorrow is your last day to win. You've got good odds though. At press time so far, Take5's original post has only been rewteeted 44 times.

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