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Suggestions / Re: A Consort of CODAs
« Last post by ubizmo on March 18, 2019, 10:51:05 pm »
Most instruments come in a group of different sizes, each good for a different part in an ensemble and for different purposes. My suggestion is to have the CODA be like this as well. We already have what is basically the "soprano" of the group, and although it's sound and range is nice, more options would open up numerous possibilities. I know there was talk before of maybe manufacturing an "alto" in G, but I would like to see a "tenor" or even a "bass" as well. Granted, the last two might be a bit on the big side to no longer be an EDC flute, but I'd think the option for low tones would be appreciated.

The big question is whether the bisected tone holes could be covered by normal fingers on a larger Coda, or would there have to be keys and pads?

Of course, keys and pads would change the basic character of the instrument, but it's fun to speculate. One of the main advantages of the Boehm concert flute over traditional flutes is that the use of keys and pads makes it possible to avoid most, or all, cross-fingerings. Cross-fingerings are not just awkward but also affect tone quality on a tubular open-end kind of flute. On an ocarina or vessel flute, I don't think cross-fingerings have any effect on tone quality but they are still more awkward than what's possible on keyed instruments.

I think you'd also need bisected tone holes, with keys and pads, for the sharps and flats. I'm picturing a tenor Coda, an octave lower than our Coda, with pads for the basic C scale, like the basic keys of a saxophone. Plus it would have keys for C#, D#, G#, and A#. You might be able to get away with no key for F#. It would have to be big, not only for the low pitch but also to support all that keywork.
Coda News / Re: T-Shirts, Mugs?
« Last post by CODAina on March 17, 2019, 07:55:52 pm »
How about selling them via  "etsy"or "cafe press"? 
General Discussion / Re: Prototype curiosity
« Last post by Karl Ahrens on March 16, 2019, 03:11:41 pm »
Jerobobo, that is an interesting idea! Honestly, it's also a little overwhelming to think about right now with all I have going on.  However, we've made a note of this one, and I agree that it would be fun to post pictures of Coda during its many stages of development at some point.
Coda News / Re: T-Shirts, Mugs?
« Last post by Karl Ahrens on March 16, 2019, 02:55:40 pm »
Well, we ran into a little problem with amazon merch t-shirts that set us back some weeks. 

After initially accepting our t-shirt designs, they began to reject them out of fear that we were borrowing someone's copyrighted designs. They were protecting us from ourselves :), which is good but was also frustrating. As a result, I had to appeal and demonstrate that my designs were, if fact, "my" original designs.
(I say "my" because here is how I handle graphic arts projects. With the acception of our logo, which I designed personally in a CAD program, I start by first drawing the idea myself. Next, I work closely, via skype screen-sharing, with a skilled graphic artist, like our friend Adolfo, to get a more professional result.  Ideas almost always improve when you collaborate, and the process is tremendously stimulating! Along the way, I'll seek valuable input from my wife Susan, my friend and virtual coworker Roderick, Cliff, and anyone else who might be handy.  No doubt, I'll be asking you all on the forum for your input more and more. And many thanks for the T-shirt feedback you've provided in this thread!!!)

Anyway, Amazon is now convinced that we are who we say we are, so our t-shirts will soon be available.  They only let you upload one new design a day, but we'll soon post a link to the t-shirts when a few more are available.

Jesse, T-shirts will be available in about every imaginable size--for humans, at least.

(To be proactive, we are still researching options for customers from outside our solar system. Amazon Intergalactic is a possibility, but I don't think they offer Prime Shipping to other galaxies. This should come as no surprise to anyone since their clearly stated mission is only to be "earth's most customer-centric company." I guess everybody else can go jump in a lake.;)
General Discussion / Prototype curiosity
« Last post by Jerobobo on March 15, 2019, 09:12:54 pm »
This might be an insensitive suggestion considering Karl’s very arduous and costly developmental process towards the final amazing instrument that is the Coda EDC as we know it, however my curiosity has got the better of me and I would be fascinated to see images of the prototypes and earlier iterations of the evolving creature as it passed from concept through to the happy ending and fruition! Would it be too traumatic an exercise for the Great Designer to show us pictures of his efforts and struggles along the way?
Questions and Answers / Mountain ocarinas?
« Last post by Zero on March 12, 2019, 08:46:57 pm »
Sorry if this has been asked before and I missed it, but are the old Mountain Ocarinas going to come back in stock at some point now that the Coda is out? Not trying to rush anybody, I know Coda is still new and there'll be a lot to sort out, but it'd be nice to know I'll be able to get my poly G sometime in the future.
Coda Book Supports / List of Links to Coda Book Backing Tracks (in order)
« Last post by Roderick on March 06, 2019, 10:03:28 pm »
Here are links to all the Coda Book backing tracks that we have completed so far:

Here are links to the Coda Book songs that we have recorded on Coda so far:
Coda Book Sound Samples
Coda Book Supports / [9th Song] Amazing Grace
« Last post by Roderick on March 06, 2019, 09:54:58 pm »

James, the gifted musician who is collaborating with us to create these play-along tracks, recorded the backing tracks for Amazing Grace with a real guitar.  Please give us feedback on these! What do you like? What can we improve?

Sheet Music

Download Links

Amazing Grace in F at 70 bpm with melody
Amazing Grace in F at 70 bpm without melody
Amazing Grace in F at 90 bpm with melody
Amazing Grace in F at 90 bpm without melody

Amazing Grace in C at 70 bpm with melody
Amazing Grace in C at 70 bpm without melody
Amazing Grace in C at 90 bpm with melody
Amazing Grace in C at 90 bpm without melody

Coda Book Supports / [1st Song] Hot Cross Buns
« Last post by Roderick on March 06, 2019, 09:54:18 pm »
Hot Cross Buns is the first song in the Coda book.  These play-along recordings are in 3 versions: the melody with backing track at 100 beats per minute, the backing track played slowly at only 60 bpm, and the backing track at 100 bpm. We plan to create something similar for most of the songs in the Coda book. (Actually, we eventually want to create a library of backing tracks to songs that you request.)

Besides being fun, playing along with backing tracks has several other advantages. It can improve your music reading skills, help you to learn to play by ear, prepare you for playing with other musicians, and teach you how to play in tune.

This is our first attempt at backing tracks. With your feedback, we want to improve them over time.

Sheet Music

Download Links:

Hot Cross Buns -100bpm - Melody.

Hot Cross Buns - 60bpm (slow version).

Hot Cross Buns - 100bpm (normal version).

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