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(33)Hey Oldmoore, If you look down this message thread, Moosewind Mike explains just intonation (JI) - a tuning in which to note intervals are based on simple
(6)Hi Ron, Sense I was the one who brought this up, maybe I should answer it the best way I can, then have Mike Jones clarify anything I might miss or leave in a
(96)I like Joey's reply to our group and I'd like to add to it now that I've built both chiseled flutes and router'd flutes over the past decade. My experience
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(8)The 4th flute I ever made, about April 2010, was a Sycamore E4 NAF. It had a reverse grain in the bore that stood up like the hair on a dog's back. I left it
(11)Flat faced and immediately under the SAC exit is nearly always best. What you are talking about is caused by the way makers use a round box bit to shape the
(10)Thanks Mike, I look forward to meeting you at the flute circle in the future. I'm stuck in the Heights now truck problems Karl
(17)I harvest my own. If you contact some nurseries, they may be able to tell you if anyone that lives close has any. Also contact the American Bamboo Society. I
(6)Crystalac, is a water based finish, no odor, and it drys as quickly as shellac. It has the lowest toxicity of any finish I have found and was designed for toys
(8)I am not really sure. I have seen some professional flutists using a seven hole flute. I had presumed that this aided in tuning the notes above the octave.
STANLEY L LOFTNESS
(3)I use an electric wood burning tool. I have several attachments of varying diameters. Generally, I will use a drill press to gradually enlarge the hole until
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