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Aodyo Sylphyo Wireless Electronic Wind Instrument

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The Sylphyo is an electronic wind instrument that reproduces the feeling of an acoustic wind instrument. Like them, it is played by blowing into a mouthpiece and selecting notes using keys on the front of the instrument. However, unlike other wind instruments, the Sylphyo is also sensitive to your movements, as well as the way you touch it, offering novel expressive possibilities.

The Sylphyo is designed to reproduce the air flow of acoustic instruments, allowing you to achieve pianissimo or fortissimo dynamics, to play staccato or legato, and to perform many wind instrument tonguing techniques. Using its slider and its inertial sensors, you can bend notes upwards or downwards, achieve great glissandi, or completely transform the timbre of your sound over up to seven octaves.

As the Sylphyo is also a MIDI controller, you can also play any virtual instrument or synthesizer. The Sylphyo can control them all, whether they respond to breath control or velocity only. In addition, you can set up Sylphyo to freely assign its controls to any MIDI Control Change, or by using MIDI Learn on your preferred plug-in or DAW. The Sylphyo will bring a breath of fresh air to the MIDI instruments you know and love!

Technical Features

• Fingerings: More than 40 different fingerings, including: Recorder, Saxophone, Clarinet (Boehm & Albert), Flute, Oboe, Trumpet (EVI), EWI, Whistle, Celtic, etc.
• Includes USB cable and battery charger
• Weight: 395 g (0.87 lbs)
• Up to 6 hours battery life, lithium-ion, charge via USB
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