Fwd: Does such a harmonica exist?
- Subject: Fwd: Does such a harmonica exist?
- From: "Winslow Yerxa" <winslowyerxa@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2003 17:43:44 -0000
It's called a MIllioniser, invented by Walt Miller (aka Walt Mueller)
- --- In harp-l-archives@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Matthew Bullis"
Hello, long shot, but just wondering if such a harmonica exists? I
idea when I purchased electronic bagpipes. You place your fingers on
nodes of the device, and play the machine that way, not using your
all. Since it's electronic, it offers the unique ability to switch
depending on how you set the machine, something real bagpipes can't
question then is: does such a harmonica exist, or could be made, that
be electronic, in such a way that you could play it normally like you
any harmonica, but by setting an option in the machine itself, switch
keys without taking it out of the neck rack, or taking time to get
harp? If it doesn't exist, then here are the things I think would
such a challenge to the maker: Could the reeds be electronically
so that they would sense the bending of a note, and would they be as
responsive as regular reeds, because the actual reeds would not be of
specific key. They would be sensors inside the unit. All this
would be for a diatonic harmonica, since I have no experience with the
chromatic models at this time. Just thought I'd throw this question
Thanks a lot.
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