The β€˜Interstellar’ theme on this musical instrument called Cristal Baschet, it's beautiful. youtu.be/wGX5eUjP64U
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Haru haru everyone~! I am Haru Kaida, a Virtual Liver from NIJISANJI! I’m good at singing and playing musical instruments, and I regularly stream both! Please come to my live streams! v.redd.it/uibvbzgbeg861
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Why does the 30 seconds it takes to get buff from weights, beds, musical instruments etc, seem like the longest 30 seconds ever?

In total it takes 2 minutes to get them all. It's nothing, but damn, it feels like an hour.

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The Peacock Bowed Lute Musical Instrument, India, 19th Century [950X630]
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Does your country have a "national" musical instrument?

I put national in quotes because it doesn't necessarily need to be formally taken as "the national instrument". Maybe it's just an instrument that's deeply associated with a quintessential music genre from your country. If so, do you like how it sounds? What kind of music uses it? Care to share a nice song?

For example, for Portugal it's the Portuguese Guitar. If you ever been to Portugal, chances are you heard this sound, it's very omnipresent. Together with the vocals and the classic guitar, it forms the essence of our national music genre Fado.

I like the sound of the guitar, but I don't really like Fado.

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Introducing JayShoe's Pro Audio Series ADC & DAC Audio Modules for the Teensy 4 and Teensy 4.1 offering high quality audio inputs and outputs for musical instruments, audio mixers, effect processors, guitar pedals, and more! My Kickstarter campaign is live now! (link in comments)
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Percussive VR, a realistic musical instrument sim, is now on SideQuest! v.redd.it/zvud97rdjt861
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Super baby 2 loops turns Gogeta into a musical instrument v.redd.it/ogp21t7en2b61
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Accordion to research, 9 out of 10 people don’t notice when you replace words with random musical instruments.
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I thought he was playing on a piece of conduit. It’s actually a real musical instrument called a tin whistle, or low flute. v.redd.it/phwx87d4po461
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What is the worst way to kill someone, using only a musical instrument?

Any instrument, whole or broken up.

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Select instruments from different stages in my lifelong musical journey
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You play the Theremin by manipulating the electromagnetic fields around two antennae. It's considered one of the most difficult musical instruments to master, though some, like Clara Rockmore, did. youtu.be/pSzTPGlNa5U
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Mariachi puppet is also a musical instrument. Better with sound on v.redd.it/usr4qzpdxca61
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[Artiphon] Orba - A musical instrument that crushes your dreams and empties your pockets

I'm surprised I couldn't find this project here already, so I'm adding it for reference.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/artiphon/orba-by-artiphon-an-instrument-designed-for-your-hands/description

In Nov 2019, Artpihon launched the Orba as an amazing handheld electronic instrument. It features primarily as a Bluetooth MIDI controller with a wide range of expressive controls and built-in synthesizer + loop sequencer. Funding was succesfully completed in Jan 2020 with US$1.44million collected.

10 months after project completion, many backers still did not receive their Orbas. Meanwhile, retail shops are stocked with it. Thousands of comments on the KS page show how Artiphon repeatedly lies to their backers about shipping, with some backers later asked to pay additional shipping and taxes to get their rewards.

As for the Orba itself?- Bluetooth/MIDI only works on Mac/iOS.- Actually, USB doesn't work on Windows either (Failed to respond DeviceID)- Device randomly resets itself during use- There are only 9 built-in sounds, many are just slight variations of the same thing, you can't add/customize your own. Oh, and you need Bluetooth/USB to change among those 9 anyway.- You can't save anything. All gone when you switch it off.- The dynamic sensors aren't as varied as advertised. There's nothing to indicate rotation, elevation, or aftertouch.

So the final retail Orba has failed in every respect, and is a near-useless toy.

UPDATE: Artiphon says the reason there's no BT MIDI on Windows is because Windows doesn't support BT MIDI. FYI, Windows has supported BT MIDI since Sept 2016, and there are a dozen BT MIDI controllers out there that work with Windows.

Any lawyers here, feel free to reach out to me.

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I've invented a new type of electronic musical instrument. How would I make this into a good open-source project?

I call it the Music Controller

Another demo video

I think I have enough material about it on the web now to make it difficult for anyone else to come along and patent it. But I'd really like to make sure that this instrument is available to everyone. And I'd really like to keep evolving the designs and the code.

Could you please recommend some resources on how to make this project, both hardware and software, open source? What licenses would you recommend?

Also, I'd love to work with people on improving the design and making it easier for people to create their own; I'm really just winging all of this, and it'd be great to work with people who actually know what they're doing. What's the best way to encourage contributors to participate? How do you get people involved in your projects?

Thanks very much for your help.

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[15M] I'm mentally stable. I play musical instruments and I watch a lot of marvel and dc shows and movies. I drink a shit ton of coffee. I play soccer and track and a lot of video games. My timezone is utc+8 hmu reddit.com/gallery/kykiua
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It's a weird little musical instrument from Japan v.redd.it/vpbsbwwdi2861
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Do you play any musical instruments?

Yes or No. This is homework for statistics lol, pls specify in comments.

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Redditors who play a musical instrument, how has it helped you personally?
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β€œSphere” installation made of 79 musical instruments by Elvin Nabizade
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Is a 6, 12, or double hole ocarina easiest for a beginner with no musical instrument background?

I’m starting from nothing.

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What’s the easiest musics instrument to learn if you definitely lack musical talent?
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I put together a Hurdy-Gurdy model. This one is all wood. It's a musical instrument popularized in the 1800s. reddit.com/gallery/kt17j8
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Headphones and musical instruments

Since i have just gotten to the headphone market. Do we use certain headphones for like, drums and other headphones for guitars? What does a headphone need to have so it can be good for musical instruments? Do headphones sound different in certain instruments? These are just questions because I’m just curious xD I don’t know anything about frequency graphs, I don’t even have a clear understanding of what v shaped means. The only thing I know are the basics and i am full of stupid questions lol.

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House thieves might actually make more money if they just asked the people at each house to donate old stuff and sold those donations. How many people still have musical instruments they never play? It'd be less profit per house, but more in total after a few houses.
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How To Travel with a Musical Instrument

TL;DR: Carry your axe on your back, not in your hands. Lugging an instrument around is worth it if you make it worth it. Don’t let your music gear out of sight, it’ll disappear. You can street perform in ways that aren’t music. Leave expensive/nice/sentimental instruments with someone you trust and travel with a cheap, durable instrument. Likelihood of damage or theft is high.


For almost all of the tens of thousands of miles I've traveled in the US and Mexico, I've carried some kind of instrument. Walking, riding, hitching, trainhopping, flying, or sailing, I've rarely ever been out of arm's reach of something I can play. I was recently asked by u/hundr3d___ about the logistics of actually physically carrying around my saxophone. This topic comes up kind of regularly, so I'm broaching it again here for everyone to discuss.

For context, I started traveling at age 20, after dropping out of music school at a state university. I had almost ten years of practice and training on stage, and had relatively little experience surviving on my own, traveling, living outside, or making money without a job. With this combination of tones of musical skill frontloaded against relatively little survival skill or travel experience, I came up with an idea of how I could get by.

My idea was that I could make up for lack of badassery simply by being good at music. Luckily, I was sort of half right about that particular notion. I was very wrong about lots of other notions. Playing music opened some doors and put some money in my pocket as I traveled, but I definitely suffered unnecessarily until I’d been out there for a while. My initial lack of instincts, sense of direction, and baseline knowledge about how to travel and survive, could not be fully compensated for by my ability as a performer.

So as the story goes, I dropped out in the fall, went back home to Walla Walla, Washington in the winter, tied up my loose ends (sort of), gathered my gear, and departed on January 1st. I left my warm, drug-addicted, terminally-ill, dysfunctional family home for cold, clean, uncertain freedom. I left my smartphone and my car, and my Playstation and the girl I was seeing, walked to the nearest highway onramp with my boots, my backpack, and my saxophone, and stuck out my thumb. It was snowing.

At this point, I was already carrying WAY too much gear and clo

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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DM: as you stealthily creep into the kobold’s ceremonial chamber you hear a kind of chanting with drums and lights and musical instruments .. do any of you speak draconic?
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My own little trip cave (vibier at night) complete with a VR headset and a few musical instruments. Still working on it! Hope this is sufficient πŸ₯Ί v.redd.it/qwfi1mwn3h561
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TIL bagpipes were the only musical instrument deemed a weapon of war by the courts because it inspired troops to battle and instilled terror into the enemy. melaniejackson.com/bagpip…
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Jazz is my favourite musical style so I tried to record my version of "autumn leaves" as it is an essential jazz standard. I did it with an oriental instrument. So not pretty sure of the result and would need some advice! youtu.be/PcSuGn1Dzqk
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What is this strange collection of metal things in this interesting 6x3 inch wooden box that says β€œPatented 1883 February 19”? It is literally stuffed with odd metal pieces ... for what? Sewing machine? Musical instrument repair? (More in comments) imgur.com/a/GO69nAp/
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Guitar Center, the largest retailer for musical instruments in the US, has filed for bankruptcy businessinsider.com/guita…
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favorite musical instrument

bones

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Hi! This is my music room I am in the progress of making. If you have any musical instruments or music themed furniture for trade please let me know! My trade list is in the comments.
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[NEWBIE] Variable budget. Total newbie. First musical instrument.

Hey guys! I set out a week or so ago researching my first guitar buy, and the more I read the more confused and down the rabbit hole I feel. I've poured over Guitar World lists and reddit posts, and I'm worried that my local store won't carry the models that I've jotted down. Is me feeling the guitar and getting to hold it more important before a first time buy than getting the exact guitar I want? For reference I'm looking at ~$500 for the guitar itself, I've decided I want an electric, and I'll acquire gear as I go along so I'm not too worried about that.

Am I on the right track at all? I read about guitars that are better for beginners than others, and I really don't want to get something that might discourage me from the get go.

Thanks so much in advance, any advice, or links, would be so appreciated. Like I said, it seems like every article I read just contradicts the last one. I'm sure that's my musical ignorance coming into play though.

EDIT: Lots of awesome information and people! Thank you all so much. I'm working today, but tonight I plan on digesting this knowledge and I'm sure I'll have a few questions! Thanks!

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A girl known for playing β€œGlory to Hong Kong” on a recorder at the protests in 2019 was arrested for illegal assembly and possession of offensive weapons (yes, for a musical instrument). She was sentenced today to 4 months in prison. She is appealing her sentence and her bail bond is set at HK$50k. v.redd.it/p3stkcpaw6u51
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Choosing a musical instrument

I'm thinking of learning to play an instrument at home by myself. I've been leaning towards 2 options. I also have very mild hand tremors which has not really been an issue for me. (This isn't exactly an INTP-related post but I look forward to seeing votes/comments from this community) Wishing everybody a happy new year!

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Frantically throwing every musical instruments down the stairs while recording.
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When I was in 3rd grade, we had a demonstration of musical instruments. I picked the trumpet to learn. I was told β€˜Girls don’t play trumpets’ and forced to choose clarinet. I hated it and quit forever playing music. Any stories about being raised in a man’s world?
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[16F] i’m just a vv musical drama kid who wants to meet new people! i love all sorts of music and i play a bunch of instruments like the piano and guitar- i play video games on ps and switch! let me do your nails and take you thrift-shopping!! <3 dm me if you’re interested :)) reddit.com/gallery/jylf7w
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1000+ hours in and I just learned that the wooden fish is a musical instrument. v.redd.it/6q5o279pfxy51
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TIL that an β€œugly stick” is a traditional Newfoundland musical instrument fashioned out of household and tool shed items, typically a mop handle with bottle caps, tin cans, small bells and other noise makers. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ugl…
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New musical instrument. The legendary kitty. Ling Ling can play all of the Paganini Caprices on it.
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Accordion to research, 9 out of 10 people don't notice when you replace words with random musical instruments.

Please don’t resort to violins and anger if you don’t notice.

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Is it worth it to learn to play a musical instrument? Why?
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Can you play at least 1 musical instrument?
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What's the musical instrument you would buy?

Hi,

I'd like to learn some musical instrument and I don't have any background or knowledge of any instrument. I'd like to pick up something that is small or medium in size and frugal from a price point. Any instrument that you'd recommend?

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