Since its establishment, Audemars Piguet has constantly built bridges with the music world, particularly through its pioneering role in the development of chiming watches. The Royal Oak Offshore collection has featured collaborations with various artists, drawing on their inspiration and inspiring them in turn. 

The Royal Oak Offshore Music Edition line, launched in 2022, celebrates this long-standing relationship with a brand-new aesthetic: a Tapisserie dial reproducing the motifs of an equaliser, knurled-textured studs reminiscent of jack plugs and crown guards inspired by the fader on mixing consoles. Featuring a sapphire crystal curved along the 6 to 12 o’clock axis and enlarged bevels, these selfwinding hours, minutes and seconds models radiate a colourful, pop-inspired style that is both bold and refined. 

Now the Swiss Haute Horlogerie manufacturer Audemars Piguet presents a new variation of its Royal Oak Offshore Music Edition model, originally launched in 2022. A new black ceramic reference in 37 mm, featuring a Tapisserie dial that reproduces the motifs of an equaliser (or VU meter), is joining the first five models in the collection, which are available in various materials and diameters. Driven by the selfwinding hours, minutes and seconds movement, the Calibre 5909, this bold timepiece celebrates the creative synergy that the Manufacture has enjoyed with the music world for many years.