Perfect instructable for that music-loving-pyro in your life!
Ok, now most instructables will say something like "5 DOLLAR FLAMETHROWER" or something like that. But me? I'm going to give you the worst case scenario here...Assuming that you have NO tools, and NO materials...this will still only cost you like $10 max...but the only tools you really need are a pointy object and a lighter...
So...let's have a rundown of materials, shall we?
1. Butane, buy it at wall-mart or somewhere like that for like $2.00. I suppose that other flammable stuff would work...but i've only tried butane and white gas...but then the can fell over...and...well...WOOF...and now I have one less pair of jeans...so...yeah...
2. Any can with a screw-on-cap (no, that is not what she said, now get your minds out of the gutter.) I'm using a can of Venom, sheerly because I'm somewhat of a caffeine addict and they're like $1 at my school.
3. Wait...why is there a third material...? That's really all you need...How very strange...
Step 1: The One and Only Step.
Yeah...so for the sake of all you panzies who haven't subscribed to Instructables, i'm gonna put this all in one step for you, but next time I may have a step for each word...SO SIGN UP YOU PANZIES!!!!
Okay, so just punch a hole in the cap, and then if there's a plastic thing inside it, take it out, it'll limit your butane-flow...which means smaller flames...which is BAD...and FYI, the smaller the hole, the more compression you get, so your flame will be taller...more like a blow torch, so it won't react to the sound quite as well as one the size of a screwdriver.
Now fill your can with butane, and LIGHT IT!!! then put it next to a speaker, it'll get better as the flame starts to die down, put on something with bass...like Nelly.
Okay, and now that you have completed your project of awesomeness, I have the disclaimer...this instructable is for educational purposes only, and should not be attempted by any person for any reason...i am not responsible for anything bad that happens as a result of you doing this instructable. Any hater comments are welcome, but don't expect them to stay there for long.