On April 9, I had the tremendous pleasure of speaking to an audience of 800 attendees of the TEDx Makers conference at Monmouth University in New Jersey. It was an honor to be among 30 “Makers” chosen to talk about what we had created. In my case, I talked about the quest to hear ancient scales that led me to create my company, Woodstock Chimes, and played some of the instruments I have designed through the years. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design. I am hoping the X stands for xylophone but I doubt it.

Below is the official video of my presentation:


I hope you enjoy my talk about good vibrations and share it with everyone. The producers of the TEDx talks did a fantastic job and I highly recommend checking out the other wonderful speakers who were featured.

TEDx Navesink


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