How To Make A Flame Sing

High Voltage + Acetylene Torch Loudspeaker      17/07/11

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Ever wonder what it would sound like if you could use audio-modulated high voltage electrodes, immersed in an acetylene torch flame, to produce a plasma arc flaming loudspeaker?

Fortunately, Tx/Rx of Houston, TX, did, and created this 'talking flame' to demonstrate it. 

The video captures a demo of the talking flame and an explanation of how it works. 

Now, who else would like to see a two-story version of this flame, covering Hendrix's 'Let Me Stand Next To Your Fire'?

James Lewin
Twitter @podcasting_news



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