The private Home of Peter’s DIY Midi-Flutes and additional gadgets
We have discontinued the commercial production of our midi flutes and closed our business.
Lots of new legal regulations and admission requirements have made massively new versions of our midi flutes extremely difficult. Since we do not produce in huge numbers, this would greatly increase our costs per flute and make the product considerably more expensive. In addition, there is a huge paper and approval effort that has no relation to the products. This means that innovative products can hardly be financed.
Since I want to retire slowly for reasons of age and none of my children want to take over the business, there is only one step left to do, closing the shop.
This page will remain and will soon be expanded with many new reports dealing with the topic of blowing instruments, sound generation, synthesizers etc.
Furthermore I will present my new flutes and other projects, but only in a purely private context. If there is a model here and there that I want to sell, I will report about it.
In this sense
New Pocket Sista Modell 2017:
The design has changed. It looks like the BigOne, but is without Display only 4 cm in width and rd. 26 cm long.
We will inform you about the new prices in the next few days.
The Midi-Flute has the same technical specs as the 2016 Pocket Sista with following changes:
- It has the fast CPU on board.
- The Pocket Sista 2017 has Halftone up and Halftone down button
- The new Midi Flute has Pitchbend up/down and Vibratocontroller integrated.
- As Option, we can deliver the Midi-Flute with a display. With an ordered display, the flute is longer (rd. 30/32 cm – We need the space for the display :)).
First look at our Proto SlideWhistle (The new Bro):
Specs: 4 Octave SlideWhistle
We checked out the new synthesizer with our Midi-Flutes. We recorded direct from line-out of the synth, without changing anything on the Music.
We used all three Midi-Flutes for the check. Peter’s Big One, Peter’s Bro and Peter’s Pocket Sista.
The recorded melodys. Free played, right out of the Box to check some instruments of the Synthesizer. The blowing noise is to loud on the instrument, but as we found out, can be regulated on the Synth.