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Here is where we go over some of the materials we can use, and also the physics of what goes on inside an enclosed air column when you excite the air within Native American style flutes, hand made by Laughing Crow Flutes. Digitally tuned to the Native American Pentatonic scale. Learn how people make nests and True Sound Hole in Native American style flute and use this knowledge for your own flutes. In this lesson on how to make a Native American style branch flute, you will learn how to prepare a workspace and split the branch in two. Hand crafted, concert tuned, native plains style woodwind instruments.
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How to Build a Block (Bird, Fetish) for Your Native American Flute | Flute Craft
Crafting Flutes May 21st, These days, many flute makers create blocks in various shapes, from saddles to birds to wolves or even more artistic things. In this tutorial, though, I will teach how to create two basic versions of a block for Native American Flute: the saddle and a simple block with wings. A couple of simple Native American Flute blocks. The goal of the block is to enclose the air channel from the top. When you do so, do not sand down the splitting edge on the top, just make the bottom chamfer cut. If the seal is good, the pressure is good, and achieving clear and powerful sound of the flute is much easier.
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However, a few flute makers state that their Block should be placed a fraction back from the TSH. Can you explain why this is? Answer: This is one of the most problematic scenarios in the Native American Flute world. There have been many occasions, especially at flute venues, when I have witnessed a flute player adjust a block so that it was sited up against the back edge of the True Sound Hole only to find the flute did not play too well. When the flute maker informed them that the Block should be placed slightly back from the TSH, they have replaced the flute on the seller's table because they think the flute has not been correctly made.