turn up your sound
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Lol, it makes for a chuckle.
My computer can't find it, don't know why.
hmmm, computers are strange sometimes. Here is the address,
be patient for the first part
I assume you mean the otamatone? That is one of the worst things I've ever heard. That's a Sheldon Cooper instrument if ever I've seen one. I love the comments though. Why they bought one? I'll never know.
Here is a link that might be useful: Sheldon Cooper and his Theremin
Aggie,that was just plain painful.
I loved it.....loved it! Would buy one in a heartbeat, but then my fav instrument is a bagpipe. It makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up in pleasure when they're starting the drone chord and it takes a few seconds to come up to the proper pitch. Think this must be an ingrained genetic thing.
I remember when bigfoot was into making aeolian harps. I would also put one of those in my window and if you think the otamatone is discordant, stick one of those in a window and live with it.
Here is a link that might be useful: love them pipes
Just noticed that the site changes everyday. The May 8th one with the otamatone is the one I got a kick out of.
I loved that homemade bagpipe!!! maybe the DH needs a new hobby..
Then, I take you've seen the Sea Organ in Croatia? Also cool. Another type of "wind harp"
Here is a link that might be useful: Sea Organ
Thanks, that opened up a whole new world
Did you see this one? I could have saved a bundle when the boys were taking band in high school
Here is a link that might be useful: try this one
Nah, it woulda cost you a fortune keeping them the clarinet "fresh". Great video, made me giggle! I usually don't care for clarinet, but he's good. I'm such a band geek! When he finished drilling the holes and put in the mouth piece, I thought what's he gonna used for the bell? who thinks of those things?! Then, I thought, wonder what they'd make a flute out of? (I played flute) Why beer bottles of course!
On the same page, a glass "harmonica" invented by Benjamin Franklin. Awe-inspiring to hear it played. Wow!
Here is a link that might be useful: the Glass Harmonica