which part of a mouthpiece makes it more resonant. baffle? Chamber? Facing? Tip opening? Material? Or is it the combination of reed/mpc/ligature?
Please have a look to this web page http://www.hobbysax.com/Setup.htmlmonkmydear said:
:shock:monkmydear said:Yes, this is what I undestand by resonant. Just this kind of "tubby" sound you can hear in Dexter recordings sometimes.
Yes! Completely self made. The first one was entirely made by hands, now we use some rotating tool but never CNC machines. We are currently working on something of really new and wonderfull looking (and playing ) mouthpiece. In about one month I should be able to post pictures and sound clips. At this time I only have two amazing prototypes (the shadow in the avatar), I love both.monkmydear said:Not at all. It's totally free. The mouthpiece is really cool to see (and to hear). Self made?
i seems like if you are talking about acoustic resonance on all notes and not just for ones that match or "resonate" with the internal dimensions of the mouthpiece then it would be material and the thickness of that material would controll its ability to get vibrating. one of the thing that gets guardalla mouthpieces going is the thinness of the metal. just like for instance old mc gregory alto rubber mouthpieces they also are very thin.monkmydear said: