新澳门金沙网站网址:Hitting that note

日期:2019-03-06 11:15:01 作者:林妃稆 阅读:

By Barry Fox You might think the mellifluous sound of the saxophone couldn’t be bettered, but the Henri Selmer Company in Paris thinks otherwise (W0 01/31626). The firm wants to improve the accuracy of treble C sharp. Making the C-sharp hole smaller will do the trick. But then medium C sharp sounds anaemic, reports inventor Jerome Selmer. So he has put a second C-sharp hole and closure pad on the instrument body, alongside the reduced hole. When the musician opens them both, with the octave hole closed,