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Vinyl Ambulance provides sonic healing with Stonewater

Vinyl Ambulance provides sonic healing with Stonewater
Ignatius Camilo, aka DJ Iggy, in his Vinyl Ambulance

Vinyl Ambulance provides sonic healing with Stonewater


Mobile DJ outfit the Vinyl Ambulance has invested in a home-grown audio system from Pune-based manufacturer, Stonewater, to see it through the Goa party season.

The Vinyl Ambulance was hand-built from wood and recycled materials by its operators Ignatius Camilo and Guido Wolfram at their home in Cirrus, Goa. It has become an integral part of the evolution of the underground music scene in Goa, hosting parties at secluded beaches and mountaintops throughout the state as well as appearing at festivals including Sunburn Goa, Sunburn Pune, International Goa Jazz Festival, Eat Play Love, Vasundra Festival, and Eden Art Fest.

Now, its sound has been enhanced by two Stonewater HD15 two-way tops with two PXB218 Push-Pull hybrid subwoofers and an Infra-Sub. This gives partygoers the benefit of full frequency reproduction from 20Hz to 20KHz. After the gig, the entire sound system is packed into the ambulance which drives away, leaving no trace on the landscape.

Camilo and Wolfram, a DJ and carpenter from Germany, created the Vinyl Ambulance six years ago to provide clubbers with a system they felt could bring the best sound quality possible to its events. “I'm used to crystal clear sound, and I'm so reluctant to play at clubs with bad sounds, that I decided to create the Vinyl Ambulance,” said Camilo. “I've been DJing for over two decades now and also have my own club, Cirrus, which I started in 2010 to showcase music the way it should be.”

The Vinyl Ambulance continues in that tradition, taking the music to a wider audience at its underground parties. “After I heard the Stonewater Full Spectrum system recently I thought I should own it and show people what good quality sound means,” he continued. “I've played on many sound systems around the world, and I feel this is the cleanest and most accurate system I have ever played on.”

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