Hello. My name is Kowalczyk, Ian, Kowalczyk. I recently, yesterday that is, sat down and brainstormed of a neat idea of an object that could be used all over the saxophone community. I call it the "Silent Saxophone." I designed it similar to that of an EWI, but with a selector switch on the side that would allow you to change the sound to Soprano, Alto, Tenor, and Bari. What this really is, is a "Portable Saxophone." It is designed for those who are not always able to have a saxophone around, or for more quiet areas. What this really is, is a nonexpensive soprano sized controller that you can plug you headphones in to, and all at the price of $300 or possibly more, except with actual saxophone buttons, unlike an EWI. It is Cheaper than an EWI, and it is cheaper than a sound module of course, and also cheaper than a portab;e alto sound case, which I have not seen made for Tenor or Bari, (not that I would really want to carry that while playing either. This does not play with an amplifier, but meant more for long trips, hotels, while the baby is sleeping, apartments, etc. I designed it to play multiphonics, ad a low "A" key, and to have an altissimo octave key, it would also be equipped with a rechargeable battery, or made for an adaptor when the battery is not charged. How practical do you think that this really is? How do you guys think this will work out? Please post your pros, and Conns (he he). Thankyou, and feel free to share all of your ideas. PLEASE POST IDEAS!!!