All of our shells are designed and tested in house.
Maintaining control of the forming process and materials we use on our instruments we believe is important to maintaining the highest consistent quality of sound.
It was adopted by early makers to not count the central note when listing the number of notes each scale has, for example , in the handpan community it was common that when describing a "E minor 9" scale, the central note wouldn't be counted so the instrument would actually have a total of 10 notes. We kept with this tradition initially but have found it to be confusing especially as we explore alternative layouts with multiple center tones and bottom notes.
We have since decided to label the scales with the exact number of total notes. We will list that number next to each scale on this page, which may differ from the number that is hardcoded into some of our videos.
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