The electromagnetically-prepared double bass with 40 sympathetic strings

The electromagnetically-prepared double bass with 40 sympathetic strings

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Description

Joel Illerhag is a student at the Advanced Post Graduate Diploma project(solistlinjen) at the Rythmic Music Conservatory in Copenhagen.

He is working at a project called The Electromagnetically-Prepared Double bass with 39 sympathetic strings(with the new name “The Swedish Harp Bass”)

The aim of this project is to produce acoustic sound from a musical instrument without loudspeakers using electromagnets.

The electromagnets can be controlled external via audio, midi and motion sensors. The project includes 3D-design, electronics, music and instrument-building in carbon fiber. Joel wants to be in front of a new musical expression that opens up new musical shapes and ways of thinking compositions while pursuing his original mission of the music: speaking to the hearts of people.

www.joelillerhag.com

And a video presentation here:

http://swedishharpbass.com/media/

Comments

Wow! This is very awesome, Joel. As an instrument collectors, I'd love to own one of these. When will this cool bass be on the market?

over 1 year ago

Very cool! I am a mechanical engineer and double bassist as well. I use a Line 6 Helix which is a great MIDI controller. Lots of potential here.

over 2 years ago

I can't wait to hear this instrument played. It should be very interesting.

over 2 years ago
Joel Illlerhag
Helsingør, Denmark
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