ATG Posted March 18, 2022 Share Posted March 18, 2022 I can't remember whether it was here or in "the other place", but in one thread there was a general agreement that it is easy to make 4' flutes sound beautiful. I wonder, firstly, whether this is true, and secondly, why? Speaking as an educated layman, could it be that the specific physical qualities of air/wood/metal are such that, at these pitches, there is the perfect combination of materials to allow this? Or is it that they are flutes and therefore sound beautiful by default? I can certainly say that the 4' flutes on both of my digital organs are the most realistic stops. I would be interested to hear from the professionals or from anyone with some insight. Regards, ATG Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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