Someone Made a Rube Goldberg Machine for Techno Beats and It's Magical 

By Adam Clark Estes on at

Hacking records is old hat in the music world. But have you ever wondered what happens when you hack everything you can find into a whirling tower of techno-making mechanical marvels? See above.

London-based musician Graham Dunning is a tinkerer, to say the least. The artist spliced various pieces of metal onto records, stacked them up, and plugged in a plethora of technology to create a delightfully analogue machine that makes electronic-sounding music.

It’s all based on a Technics turntable, and the end result sounds like an acid trip.

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GIF by Michael Hession.


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