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October 7, 2006

Ruben’s Tube – Watch Music with Fire

at 5:27 am. Filed under Crazy Hacks, Insane Equipment, What Were They Thinking


After watching this video I have yet another project on the list of things to build. I think I would make it out of metal and use it outside on the patio instead of burning the standard torch lights!

“The classic physics experiment involving sound, a tube of propane and fire. Created for Flash Forward 2006, but useful in any case where you are not allowed to have fire. I push through the tube 449 Hz then higher frequencies, then some jazz and then some rock. This is real life sound visualization.”

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7 Responses to “Ruben’s Tube – Watch Music with Fire”

  1. Macaca Says:

    As commented on the YouTube post: imagine this baby’s big evil brother on a Rammstein concert.. on a scale of, say, 5 to 10 meter high..

  2. Nikhil Kapani Says:

    This is so cool!! Here’s a link to a site that shows how to make one:


  3. Deadly Computer Blog - Ruben’s Tube Says:

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  4. Salocin.TEN Says:

    Wow! It is like the “fire” visualisation in Real/WMP/Winamp in real life! Very cool!

  5. music Says:


    U Better See What I Have..Dj-Rankin..

  6. Jean Says:

    the ruben’s tube is so cool dude i gotta try it out for myself do ya know where i could see one somewhere dude? its sweet man

  7. Rubens Tube Collection - Make Fire Dance with Music - Hacked Gadgets - DIY Tech Blog Says:

    […] We have featured the Rubens Tube here before, it looks like building them and having fun has caught on. Have a look at this cool collection of Rubens Tube projects, the Wiimote controlled Rubens Tube is one of my favorites. […]

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