If I may add a serious and probably un-entertaining comment - what is missing, to make the combination of soprano sax + oboe reed work, is what @saxoclese would call the volume of the "missing cone" ... corresponding to the volume of the soprano mouthpiece + effective volume of the reed coupling.
Looking at the acoustic studies of "Ninob", the typical soprano sax mpc + reed represent 3.3 cc volume, the reed of a modern oboe - just 0.33 cc i.e. 10 x less. So some sort of long bocal between the sax and the oboe reed would be needed to get a matching system.
Here's the rather technical explanation (in French)