Very far off topic, but did you know that Yamaha - parent company of Steinberg, and the maker of fine musical instruments since the late 19th century - also played a pivotal role in the development of the Toyota 2000GT, which in terms of design changed the course of history for Toyota as a Japanese car manufacturer? Up to this point in the 1960s Toyotas were dull, dreary and dreadful (as well as unreliable). This car - though the actual production volume was very small, it was very expensive - changed all that. The design is absolutely gorgeous, the dashboard alone (and the dials) are a work of art.
Here’s an interesting video where Lain Tyrrell - he’s the Daniel Spreadbury of classic cars - goes into the details of the history of the car and its design, mentioning that there is a fine line between music instruments and high performance cars (“they are a form of wind instruments”). He should know as he a fine musician in his own right, who aside from restoring priceless classic cars, has also done many shows around the world as a singer.
Warning: this youtube channel is highly addictive.