Orchestral Tools "Berlin Woodwinds Soloists" 9 solo woodwind instruments for SINE Player - Intro Price (€199/Soloists 1 | €159/Soloists 2 | €249/Bundle) until 3 March orchestraltools.com/store…
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TIL The clarinet is the most popular woodwind instrument in school band. Most quality clarinets are made of a special wood, called Grenadilla, which only grows in the savanna of Africa abileneisd.org/wp-content…
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Pliers for installing and removing springs on woodwind instruments
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Can't find the name of this rare woodwind instrument

Sorry if this doesn't belong here, didn't know where else to ask.

Anyway, I saw this wind instrument being used in the Game of Thrones Live Concert a few years ago, and it was very particular.

It was at least 7 meters long, and rather thin with a horn shaped end. (Not made of metal though) The end was lying on the ground as the person played it. But what was most particular was the sound - it played only a single note, which must have been around Contra C. The sound was extremely deep, and like a smack to the face. It was the kind of sound effect that you hear in movies during a war scene when the camera cuts to the bad guys bringing out some absolutely huge, devastating weapon.

Thanks in advance, take care y'all.

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TIL Tokutaro Yanagisawa's repair shop founded in 1894 was the first to build woodwind instruments in Japan. After its first saxophone was built in 1951, the Yanagisawa soprano saxophone designs became influential throughout rest of the industry, comparable to Selmer (Paris) and Yamaha en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yan…
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IIL psychedelic 60s/70s folk/folk-rock with woodwind instruments WEWIL?
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Had a DCI purist try to β€œeducate” me on the any instrument policy yesterday. Man he sure showed me! (I later showed him the article and he said that I was still wrong and woodwinds were allowed in the β€œpreshow” to which I asked where his sources were and he told me to look it up myself) reddit.com/gallery/kixq7p
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A question about sound/acoustics and woodwind instruments

I’m wondering if this instrument would be plausible. A large (perhaps 30+ feet long) woodwind instrument that had 2 or more tubes for mouthpieces (hence two or more people playing simultaneously). The idea being that the people playing would be completely synchronised and playing very loudly. How big could it be before becoming unplayable? Is the idea of having more than one player not possible somehow?

It’s for worldbuilding purposes, I put this at the end because I thought people might brush it off if they knew it wasn’t irl lol. It would be more of a rallying/intimidation tool than a musical one.

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Misty Mountains (from The Hobbit) played on 10+ woodwind instruments by one guy youtube.com/watch?v=IHDs2…
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Soldering On Musical Instruments Tutorial - The Brass and Woodwind Shop YouTube channel youtu.be/Ktl6AO0H_jw
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Scottish Woodwind Instrument | Irish Wooden Flute

What are woodwind instruments

For centuries, woodwind instruments have been, well, instrumental to the culture and heritage of those who live in Scotland and Ireland. Woodwind instruments have a long history among citizens of these nations. The Woodwind instrument makes a sound either by blowing through a reed, which is a piece of cane specially shaped to make a sound such as with clarinets, or by splitting the air across a hard edge such as with flutes and recorders. Music from these countries comes taking all things together styles and types, however among the absolute generally stand-out songs are the ones created by woodwind instruments, as they produce various sounds with tones and surfaces that are remarkable to just them. Inside the general class of these instruments there are more modest varieties that make them genuinely extraordinary. They are considered among the first musical instruments in the world following percussion instruments.

Woodwind Instrument

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The motor cortex of musicians functions differently depending on the type of instrument they play. Woodwind musicians have greater neuroplasticity and faster neuron-to-muscle firing in the face region of the motor cortex but not the hand, and vice versa for string musicians. behaviorist.biz/oh-behave…
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TIL The Venova is single-reeded woodwind musical instrument produced by Yamaha in 2017. It approximate the acoustic qualities of an instrument with a conical bore, such as a saxophone, and received the "Good Design Award" en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ven…
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Woodwind instruments
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Does anyone know the name of the instrument used in the beginning of this track ? To me it sounds a bit like a bagpipe or some kind of Asian woodwind instrument, but I can't pin it down. youtu.be/v89_t3aZo6Q
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What’s your favorite woodwind instrument to play?
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This guy plays literally every woodwind instrument v.redd.it/gt4cm9otiuu51
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Is it possible to design and operate an underwater equivalent of a woodwind instrument?

If so what sort of dimensional scaling would be required of an airbases instrument to produce equivalent frequencies/notes?

What about a stringed instrument?

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Woodwind instruments are autotune for your breath.
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