Did some very long sessions (6+ hours) over the past few weeks and experienced some problems with notes that continued to play very softly after stopping all breath pressure into the Sylphyo.
I suspect that the side-tube that leads to the pressure sensor gets moisture in it or some such, leading to a false reading of "a little bit of breath pressure".
The problem resolves with overnight drying. I can also cure it very temporarily by breathing in on the mouthpiece (briefly and softly). Turning the Sylphyo off and on does not really cure the problem ...
Experimented with changing the [Breath / Minimum] parameter in the Sylphyo configure from the default of 20 to 80 and this greatly reduces the problem.
Does information point to a diagnosis?
Is it moisture in the side / pressure sensor tube?
Is there a reliable way to clear this problem, other than drying overnight?
Hi everyone and conceptors,
I'm a new user with anyma phi. I like the editor, it's very intuitive and clear.
I think it could be very useful if you make some walktrough video to explain a bit more your physical modeling concept. I read the manual but it's not completely clear for me.
I saw you on the SFF and I liked your presentation (in french) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZK5SX1E5OI4&t=852s
Could you make the same process to explain us some patches construction ?