Musicians that enjoy playing trumpets, trombones or similar may be interested in a new gadget called the Selfiesound which has been specifically designed to allow you to listen and improve your performance.
Once installed the Selfiesound has been created to bounce back sound and without any filters can be heard by the person that is playing. Watch the video below to learn more about its design and inspiration.
The Selfiesound sound reflector is ideal for trumpeters, trombonists, and pipe fitters who exercise the profession with the help of microphones and monitors. Also ideal for all teachers, students of schools and conservatories, for Bands, Big Band, Marching Band, wind orchestras …. or for anyone who cultivates the passion of playing a wind instrument and wants to try, as it is playing, a set of emotions that would never be able to prove so far.
Selfiesound helps control the quality of performance and consequently to improve it. Selfiesound doesn’t alter in any way the sound emitted by the instrument. Selfiesound is elegant, easy and quick to install, doesn’t alter the appearance, the weight of the instrument and can also be used with a damper.
Using SELFIESOUND allows to obtain the reverberation of sound from his instrument, allowing the artist to hear what they’re playing as well as he feels the listener. It ‘so easy to understand the importance of being able to feel in order to monitor the sound output (cleaning, attacks, dynamics, intonation …) thus avoiding unnecessary effort, improving performance and allowing you to play longer and at ease. In particular, when played section, SELFIESOUND gives the ability to clearly hear your instrument, and also that of side components (if using SELFIESOUND) making it almost unnecessary to use spies.
For more information on the new Selfiesound jump over to the Kickstarter website for details by following the link below.
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