“This procedure enabled me to find the basic frequencies of the engine coinciding with the three precise phases of its expressiveness: ignition (idling), the 4,000-rpm speed, and at maximum power,” says Trecarichi.

The sonic odyssey started with the V12 from the Aventador LP 780-4 Ultimae. Based on audio science, the engine at its lowest revs sings in F-sharp (92.50 Hz), same as “Canone Infinito” by Lorenzo Senni on the playlist. At 4,000 rpm, it tunes to G (98 Hz), a good cruising speed to listen to “Run Away” by Ben Böhmer and, at 8,000 rpm, the V12 rises to G-sharp (103.83 Hz) of Sam Collins’ “We Can All Dance.”


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