Seven removable chime bars made of pure copper form a slightly curved wall of sound, which stimulates a free and natural playing gesture through its shape and spatial arrangement.
The copper produces a bright, warm, bell-like tone with a relatively short resonance. This is particularly beneficial for melody playing, because the interference (friction between two tone intervals) that is otherwise often audible with metallophones hardly occurs.
7 solid copper plates in pentatonic fifths tuning
Tone sequence d”-e”-g”-a”-h”-d”’-e”’
Low special tuning a = 432 Hz