What mouthpiece size works with the Travel Sax?
You can use a Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Baritone mouthpice. We have designed an adaptor so you can use any mouthpice you prefer.
Can the mouthpiece control pitch or vibrato?
How many octaves can the Travel Sax play?
Does it recognize alternate fingerings or altissimo fingerings?
How do I control the volume while blowing?
If I blow through a regular mouthpiece with a read, how can it be possible I doesn't produce sound from the reed?
Does it come with any voices? Which saxophones or other instrument voices come with it?
Right now we have Alto, Tenor and Soprano saxophone in our App. We are working on other saxophone sounds. The cool thing is that if you want other instruments sounds you can use other apps such as Garage Band, Ableton and many more.
Is this a MIDI interface?
What is the latency?
Really low (8-10ms) if you use Bluetooth connection, and 0ms if you use USB connection.
What sounds can I play or are compatible with this instrument?
It is a MIDI instrument, so all MIDI libraries work.
Can I professionally perform with the Travel Sax as I would with a standard saxophone or wind controller? If not, what are its limitations?
The idea is to launch Travel Sax as a tool for practicing, but our goal is to get to the PRO-Level. Ideally you should be able to perform live without any problems. We are working really hard to get to that point so that we can say 100% confident, yes. We are improving right now the sensors so professional players can feel that a the travel Sax is also a performance tool.
What do I have to do if the Travel Sax app doesn't sound as expected when I play my Travel Sax?
Please open the Travel Sax app and tap the "Effects" button. Then modify the Buffer Size to Low, Mid or High until you get a good quality sound.