Wintergatan Marble Machine

A Most Wonderful Machine

Having spent a few years as an audio tech in the 80’s at ROSS Systems in Texas I know a thing or two about the pure music reproduction be it digital or analog. When I saw the Youtube video about the Wintergatan Marble Machine I was totally blown away. The mechanical engineering alone is more than enough to consider much less the musical skills of the builder of this marvelous instrument. It’s a combination of a pinball machine, a gigantic music box, drums, marimba, and bass guitar. Without further ado here’s the video.

This video will show you how he built it.

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Profoundly accurate sound with the full expressive power of the music. Exceptional sonic purity, elimination of signal loss-in an exquisite, elegant design. The supreme culmination of the Yamaha line-the A-S3000. The goal: To express the deepest emotions of the artist, to touch and move the hearts of listeners, and to deliver the utmost pleasure in the music. The S3000 series was born from this passion. In order to make this a reality, we designed the A-S3000 Integrated Amplifier literally from the ground up-returning to the drawing board of amplifier design, completely revising the chassis structure, circuit layout, and other elements-creating Yamaha’s own unique Floating and Balanced Amplifier. Bringing our passion for music, our desire to provide the ultimate sonic experience, and our technological expertise to the forefront, we thoroughly refined and redefined how a top-flight amplifier should perform-and sound.

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Post Author: Lonnie Ray