The Pipe is a very responsive instrument. From it I’ve coaxed droning choirs, edgy synthetic tones, distorted, lo-fi screams and eerie melodic material I’d never have attempted with my voice otherwise. Some users will doubtless focus on the distortion and percussion, while others work on impressions of tuvan resonant singing, didgeridoos and monochords. Whatever flavour appeals, this is a new and exciting reason to stand
up and perform, either live or in the studio. Recently, in any recording situation where my inspiration has started to droop, all I’ve needed to do is reach for a Pipe and the ideas start flowing.
Thomas Lundberg (techno/ambient artist, Amsterdam)
It sounds very good right away. It is surprisingly easy to make cool drones and chant-like textures that I modulate with the knobs.
I think the Pipe is incredible, not just the sound, but that it challenges you as a musician to learn new playing techniques. Very cool!
This mouth-controlled synthesizer is the wildest instrument I’ve ever heard
Extravagantes Design und Funktion!
What a unique beast. I love that it doesn’t feedback. Genius. The Main issue with so many “fx” for voice is the feedback
It’s a wonderful idea and wonderfully realized!Feels good in the hand.
The Pipe sounds fantastic!
The instrument was very intuitive and I managed to pick it up and get some cool stuff happening pretty quickly indeed._
Casey Neiditch (producer/engineer)
I realize it is a very deep instrument, but I was able to use it very quickly.I heard my voice in ways I never have before
I still feel like I am building my relationship with the Pipe. It is insanely subtle and the slightest positioning of the lips really creates a whole new sound altogether.
I’m in love.
It’s really a lot of fun to play with the PIPE 🙂
I like it, the possibility of ‘exhausting’ while playing comes to the table if you know what i mean.
There is an aspect of ‘ElectroShamanism’ in connection with the PIPE. In this way the instrument was able to open another door…
Thx for that!