Giant rotating tubalophone - 8 notes - Sound Path


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Giant rotating tubalophone – 8 notes – Sound Path


As its name suggests, the Tubalophone is an instrument made up of sound tubes. These tubes, the number of which varies from 6 to 9 depending on the model, are made of metal and emit very pure and crystalline tones when they vibrate, after being struck with a mallet.

Thanks to the precise tuning of the different tubes to each other, many harmonics are created, filling the entire room with their vibrations and enveloping listeners in powerful sound waves.


This giant rotating model is made up of 8 metal tubes, from 60 cm for the shortest to 86 cm for the longest, connected to each other by a cord and suspended horizontally from a wooden support.


Attached to a hook, the instrument lends itself to many experiments: it is for example possible to wind the suspension string of the instrument by making it turn on itself, before playing the tubes and then releasing the instrument, which then begins to whirl in the air around its point of attachment, while delivering all the power of its harmonic vibrations in successive waves which fill all the space.


The range of this Sound Path model covers a full octave, from low C to C. He plays a scale that takes us along the path of the sacred ragas of India, adjusted to the “cosmic” pitch of A 432 Hz: Do-Réb-Mi-Fa-Sol-Lab-Si-Do.



? Width: 91 cm

? Height: 64 cm

? Diameter of the tubes: 3.2 cm

? Weight: 4.2 kg


? Sold with its gaming mallet.


Intuitive instrument par excellence, this giant rotating tubalophone with endless sonic possibilities offers a unique sound, very powerful and rich in harmonics, which envelops anyone who listens to it in haunting celestial music!




Note: To fully enjoy the beautiful deep bass of the giant tubalophone, we recommend that you listen to these clips with headphones or on good living room speakers, because multimedia speakers and systems usually integrated into laptops have an unfortunate tendency to “eat “a very large part of the low frequencies.


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