Some of us have been accustomed to the belief that a record player that cannot produce clear, soothing sounds of vinyl on a turntable isn’t cool at all, but nothing is written on stone, though.
You know, things are always changing, and one guy named Bartholomaus Traubec has come up with a way to make a change. Traubec developed a record player that can play wood. Yes, this player is programmed to convert the rings on a tree into piano smooth and clear sounds.
This cool guy is a real genius, and he even gave his new invention a nice name. He called it “Years,” a reference to the tree rings that it translates into sounds. The video below gives a good glimpse of the player’s lovely performance, and you will agree with me that this is the best thing that could happen to any smart human in love with the touching vinyl music that we all happen to have some love for.
If you like this and want to get more information about this man’s good work, you can always check out his cool website.
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