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in need of a QUIET ocarina; saving my roomates ears
Topic Started: 30 Oct 2016, 01:23 AM (2,800 Views)
Ocypode
Double Ocarinist
Or take an alto ocarina (not a multichamber) and use the mute for ocarina MrMute
see this topic: http://theocarinanetwork.com/topic/10051075/1/

It is quite effective. There can be some issues with condensation: nothing serious if you use a ceramic ocarina. With my plastic Focalink AC, if I play several tunes in a row, and it's at least a little cold inside, I sometimes have to disassemble the mute to dry the elements.

-- Sure the electric ocarina would be a convenient solution, when it will be available. On that topic, it would be great if it could include breathcurve profiles of real ocarina, or emulate different types of ocarina, such as Alto C and G, perhaps even Soprano ocarina, though that could be surprising to have a high pitched sound with an ocarina as big as an AC.
Edited by Ocypode, 25 Sep 2017, 11:10 AM.
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