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in need of a QUIET ocarina; saving my roomates ears
Topic Started: 30 Oct 2016, 01:23 AM (2,734 Views)
Dirk Ocarina
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Changing the octave is already build.

With my next version 2 (midi-version) it is easily possible to switch the pitch and even the whole instrumentsound (for example piano, flute, harmonica, saxophone,...).

The most challenging will be like you said, the "breathcurve profiles". But "ocarduina" did very good on these problem, so i will. ;)

P.S.: And don't forget about the chord-modus. Play a note and it will sound the whole chord (for example play a "c" and it will sound a "c", "e" and "g")
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tizianoj
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Thanks for the suggestion, in the meantime, after some post, PM got enabled for me :-)

I was able to contact Giorgio, and now I'm a proud owner of a quiet mark V made by him. I have to say... wow! Extremely well finished and delivered. Perfectly in tune and with a rich tone! Volume is exactly as I wanted, similar to my Night by Noble on the low tones but without exploding in decibels when I go higher...Similar to the volume of an harmonica (not too soft to disappear with an acoustic guitar, not to loud to be an hassle of the one in the next room)

Thanks Giorgio :-)
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tytoalba
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Non c' di che Tiziano. E' stato un piacere!
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