Two tram stops in Budapest on the right bank of the Danube – in the squares Szent Gellért tér and Széna tér, are enriched with vegetation and green benches, but also with musical background created by plants.

While waiting for the tram at these two stations, passengers can sit back, relax and listen to the unique sounds created by recording plant vibrations. Turned into musical notes, plant melodies create a completely unexpected sound space, and travelers can listen to three relaxing musical backgrounds featuring keyboards and percussion, and sounds like swaying tree branches, trembling leaves or rain in the woods.

A device called a plant was used to record plant music Music of the Plants which is directly related to plants, monitors their electromagnetic signals and converts them first into data and then into melodies.

The obtained plant music was recorded in a sound studio, and thanks to the joint campaign of the advertising agency ACG and energy giant E.ON, which aims to raise awareness of the importance of environmental protection, can be heard at these tram stations, but also through the following line.

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