5 days of design and 3D printing with music in mind
Cheng Shu modelled a water whistling vessel after a ceramic one. After many iterations on the mouthpiece it finally sang
Katherine Saenger replicated an invention by Raoul fajardo: The tipple-wedge, a tapering insert for the flute to test incremental changes to the bore diameter.
Michael J Dunlap discovered how to bring spreadsheet data into solid works to propogate ridges along a plate in various patterns. We played his percussion instrument on an amplified box.
Fangyu Ke made slide whistles. The plunger for one was adapted to the ovoid shape of the column she found.
Marlo Kohn and John Granzow made this pretzl flute, to explore geometries difficult to do with other manufacturing methods.
Dave Kerr prototyped his slide whistle i-phone case. The stylus is the slide.