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Maserati and Bowers & Wilkins Seven Notes World Tour

Performance Meets Music in Los Angeles

Ezekiel Wheeler
Jun 7, 2013
Photographers: Toni Avery, Maserati NA

The symphony of an engine humming across the RPM range is music to any auto enthusiast. But what if you were turn that unique sound into a useful set of musical notes composed into something more melodic? That was the thinking behind the latest collaboration between Maserati, Bowers & Wilkins and artist / producer Howie B.

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Held inside the lush Milk Studios in the heart of Hollywood, CA, the Seven Notes Tour entertained VIP guests with sultry beverages, the stunning new Quattroporte and of course the complete line of hyper designed Bowers & Wilkins speakers. Including the new 805 Maserati Edition home speaker created to showcase the same level of detail and craftsmanship found in every Maserati interior.

When asked about this unique challenge presented to him by the hosts of the Seven Notes World Tour, Howie B stated, "Every musical project has its distinct challenge, whether it is working with a big recording artist like U2 or whether it is marrying an unanimated object with an animated object, in this case the engine with the music group."

While the tour only has two stops left (New York, June 13, and London, July 17). It's worth trying to get on the guest list to immerse yourself in the amazing audio art that Howie B has orchestrated. You can listen to all three tracks he created here for free right here! Or download the tracks at You can also check out the beautifully executed video showing how the car and artist worked together to create such a wonderful experience.

Note One

Note Two

Note One (RPM mix)

By Ezekiel Wheeler
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