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While searching YouTube to see if I could find (in a symphony orchestra) the violin players to see how they hold their bow's while also searching to see if they use shoulder rests and what style of chin rest they use, I stumbled across something that shocked me.
In the percussion section of the orchestra, I noticed the guy was playing aluminum car and truck rims. He also had the brake rotor's from cars and trucks. Here is the video, if it works.
It's weird for sure. The main concept is to project the sound around instead of just straight in your face in different types of venues when you play live on stage.
Visual Sounds is a great company that focus's on acoustical sound. Some venues or theaters are built just because of this and some are not so you need your own tools to project that sound around.
I adore the conductor also he is so expressive, a pure delight to watch him he looks like he is enjoying himself tremendously!
Also, I realized with this video, by watching the violinists, that my violin inclination is fine, I was trying to straighten it way too much, I'll stop worrying about that haha!
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