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New Music Boxes at Clockwork Music

After nearly 2 months of work in my secret laboratory and even more secret workshop, I am prepared to show the world my latest creation.  

 Clockwork Music now has a new music box on display.  

  • 2 styles
    •   Gothic (18 prims) 
    •   Harlequin (12 prims)
  • 5 octave (61 note) range 
  • Plays converted MIDI files
  • Integrated disc bin can hold multiple music collections
  • One Music Collection (the Music Box 3 Collection) pre-installed
  • 5 additional Music Collections already available
    •   Christmas / Yule
    •   Robert Schumann, Kinderszenen (Opus 15)
    •   Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Nutcracker Suite
    •   Stephen Collins Foster
    •   Frédéric Chopin
  • Music collections are easy to install and delete
  • You or your guest can load and play any song from the disc bin
  • Menu controlled volume for disc loading sound effects
  • Loop or Single Play
  • Progress dial shows disc loading status

A demonstration video is available at

Both the Gothic and Harlequin styles are on display at Clockwork Music (

All 6 Music Collections are installed in each Music Box 3 on display, so you may listen to every song before deciding whether or not to make a purchase.

I am curious to hear how the Music Box 3 performs for you.  At my workshop on the mainland I had better performance than I have noticed so far in my shop at the Academy of Industry.  I’m noticing more dropped notes than I had hoped for, but it could be my viewer.  I would like to hear how the Music Box 3 performs for others.  Please let me know what you think.

 My thanks to all for your attention.

 Your humble servant,


MacKnight Culdesac

Clockwork Music


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  1. Tepic Harlequin Tepic Harlequin September 30, 2011

    A Harlequin version? it could have been made for me! hehehehe

    • MacKnight Culdesac MacKnight Culdesac September 30, 2011

      I had forgotten we had a Harlequin in New Babbage.  The music box was named for the harlequin pattern of the wood inlay.

  2. Junie Ginsburg Junie Ginsburg September 30, 2011

    While the design looks like I might need to refer often to the manual, I’m excited to take a look and a listen.

    It’s seems like the New Babbage answer to an mp3 player…heehee…:-)

    We’re neighbors, Mr. Culdesac — I will definitely drop by!

    • MacKnight Culdesac MacKnight Culdesac October 1, 2011

      MP3 player … thats an idea.  What if I made them small enough to wear, like an iPod?  An iBox, perhaps?  The prim count would be less of an issue that way, and you wouldn’t need to find a place for them in your house.

      Please do drop by and say hello some time.

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