Musical instrument - in development
About: The instrument amplifies the resonance frequency of spaces by the use of feedback, the size and shape of each space affects the resonance frequency of each space.
Background: The first version of the instrument appeared in 2007, where feedback is used to amplify the resonance frequency of cylindrical shaped spaces.
The second version has made it more detailed to control the feedback by the use of placing the microphone inside the mouth of the performer amplifying the resonance frequency of cylindrical shaped spaces such as Trombones, Trumpets, Euphoniums, Tubas etc...
Future development: The instrument will develop into the direction of appearing more as an object where the design of a complex resonance object is being developed. A great help on the project comes from Halldór Úlfarsson
29th of October 2011, Reykjavík Art Museum - Hafnarhús, Lecture on Thranophones - introduction to the instrument and it's future development at RVK Media Lab