Condensation-free solutions

Our workshop has been developing for a long time to create non-condensing solutions and implements them into our whistles and recorders. Read on for more details.


On the forums, musicians often complain about condensation, especially in the cold season. And they generously share their methods of dealing with it.
Many musicians repeat like a mantra until I play the instrument, that is, I warm it up, it will not play.
In general, the topic is interesting, but ... But, I got the idea to make a whistle that would not clog up with condensate by itself.
At first I tried various adsorbing materials. But this turned out to be low-tech and did not completely eliminate condensation.
Then, when I developed my own unique whistle design, it turned out to be superbly modified for condensation-free. How? I spied on nature how it handles water. And he did the same with my whistle. Thin channels that suck water from the windway into themselves due to the surface tension coefficient. In addition, there are also activities that complement the whistle, but not all of them are told!
The result is that I can play without warming up the whistle, without blowing it from time to time. Moreover, I play my whistles in the forest in the winter, do not blow the whistle, for several melodies - until my fingers freeze. The only inconvenience is that condensation flows down the inner channel from the barrel and can drip onto the jeans.
We are in the modern world
I am often asked, well, there are, for example, tools with a plastic whistle, such a master, they, too, are not clogged with condensation, are you hanging up noodles for us? Not. It's simple. This master, more precisely, the Chinese Liao, pours a very thick windway for him. This windway suffers little from condensation. But! But, the air consumption is not particularly pleasant to many. On my instruments, the air consumption is medium and low. For example, for Low D this is just the right thing - it's annoying, you know, a long game on a whistle with a large air flow. Likewise, the tone of the instrument with a thick windway is rougher, with a fair amount of chief. And my instruments are mostly with a minimal chief, but a pleasant, carefully calibrated master!
I would like to conduct demonstrative bench tests in order to visually show what is happening in our whistle. Hopefully when it comes to that. In the meantime, the technology is being actively implemented in our tools, and the tools are actively distributed around the world.