This Is How You Make Music With Marbles

If you have over 2,000 marbles in your possession, what would you do with it? Use it to make music!

Of course, making a musical instrument using marbles might not be what comes to mind for most people but that’s what Martin Molin did. Molin, from the Swedish band Wintergatan, constructed a huge musical machinery that creates music by putting marbles into the machine and catching the sound it creates from vibraphones. It even includes a kick drum and bass!

It took Molin over a year to create the Wintergatan Marble Machine but the result is pretty awesome. Check it out!

For more of Wintergatan music, head over here.

Source: YouTube

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