In our workshop we pursue the goal of questioning
conventional ways of thinking and solutions by observing
nature and the holistic view of things and, if necessary,
finding more satisfying alternatives for us.
In the course of time, numerous ideas and new
developments in many areas of instrument making
have come into being.
Starting with the 'Neue Deutsche Klarinette (NDK)', a clarinet that features completely newmechanical and technical solutions as well as integrating a healthy physiology of the musician,through our 2-layer silicone quartz resonance pads (QRP) and the complementary leather padswith carbon fiber and silicone core (CfS) to the installation of grenadilla guides, bushing of thekeys and much more at repair and new construction.
All this is characterized by resonance optimization, an area inwhich the diverse influences on the body vibration are examinedand possibilities for targeted manipulation were sought and found.The new acoustic models based on vortex physics provide theframework and the basis here.
Why is that important to us? The music is a wonderfulopportunity for us humans to express ourselves andbring multicolored emotions to a wider audience in public.The detour of this self-expression via a musical instrumentrequires that the instrument subordinates itself withoutresistance to the intentions of the musician, and that itadapts to his creative will.
This starts with a feel-good ergonomics (which has an effect on the design of the ring keys) and finallyleads to the now indispensable sound enrichment as a result of a far-reaching instrument body.Anyone who was able to feel which sonic potential in their own instrument can be awakened by simplechanges will irrevocably want to follow the path of the music becoming more and more free, be it inclassical music, folklore, klezmer, pop or jazz.