“Sweet Home Alabama” Played on Tesla Coils (and More Culture Around the Web)

You can create music with Tesla coils if you know how to modulate their “break rate” with MIDI data and a control unit. Case in point. Here we have two solid state musical Tesla coils, using a combined 24KW of power, to play a version of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s 1974 classic “Sweet Home Alabama” (listen to the original here). Also enjoy electrified versions of House of The Rising Sun and Dueling Banjos. via @webacion

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  1. Audrey Maker says . . . | March 20, 2012 / 7:53 am

    Can you credit the artist who made this please?

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