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The World's First Underwater Concert

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This is how Aquasonic, the world's first underwater concert was born.
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Aquasonic now has over an hours-worth of music, but getting to this stage was a long process of research, practice and perfectionism
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Robert Karlsson plays a violin specifically crafted for underwater use.
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the tanks are actually like an instrument body, so we had to measure out exactly where to place every instrument in the tank to get it to sound how we want it to sound.
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The water in the performance tanks is kept at between 34-37 degrees so both the performers and the instruments are comfortable
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breathing time is actually included in each composition and how often each member breathes depends on how physical their role is.
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Five new performance tanks are on their way to Australia.
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