New mouth piece
I appreciate your quick answer. Would be you so nice to tell me the approximate price it will have when you sell it?
Thank you very much
I'm afraid I can't tell you this yet… But send us a mail at email@example.com and we'll tell you as soon as we know! And don't hesitate if you have any other question as well.
As Jonathan said, the active mouthpiece price cannot be announced yet as we are still working on it.
The current passive mouthpiece is sold lower than 20€.
Our target price for the active mouthpiece is under 100€ but will dépend on the solution we choose and the cost of mechanical and electronic parts.
I am also very interested in this mouthpiece.
It is even what has just made my decision to buy a Sylphyo (I hope to receive it at the end of this week !).
Any information concerning the sensors will be appreciated ;-)
We can keep you informed about this topic. Just send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can do so.
Regarding the sensors, I assume you mean the active mouthpiece sensor: we didn't decided which and how many sensor to built in this mouthpiece. Still quite some work but first exploration test are promising.
Yes, I currently have an EWI5000, that I will resell now, and I will lack at least the bite feature.
How goes the future mouthpiece ?
Is there any chance to see it before summer ?
Sorry for theses questions, but I miss it :-(
Anyway, take of course the time that is necessary to make it a wonderful addon !
The mouthpiece won't be available before summer, unfortunately, because we're currently hard at work on two things: the internal synth, and new updates for the internal software of the Sylphyo.
However, upcoming updates will feature a vibrato control that relies on subtle movements. We're currently beta-testing it and improving it, but it should be a quite good replacement for the vibrato bite sensor of other wind controllers.
Our friend the great Pedro Eustache beta-tested our soon to come new movement controlled vibrato and he really like it. Reminds him ney or baroque flute techniques for vibrato.
OK, I will wait of course ;-)