Turntable Device Lets You Hear What A Tree Sounds Like [Video]

technology

This innovation translates wood data from the rings of trees into different piano melodies.

Yi Chen
  • 23 january 2012


Netherlands-based artist, Barthalomäus Traubeck, has created a special instrument that lets you hear what a tree could sound like. ‘Years’ is an innovation that looks like a turntable and uses high-tech computer gear combined with loop-based software music sequencer ,Ableton Live, to play slices of a tree trunk like an LP.

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