Cryogenics of musical instruments

The deep freeze process below -180 ° C offers a significant improvement in the resonance quality of wind instruments over the last few decades. The residual stress that is created inside the tool is released by cryogenic treatment. Wind instruments then respond to this process by increasing tone quality, volume, and increasing or decreasing range. This enables your instrument to play as originally designed. A side effect is that the tools are easier to clean.

Pianos, guitars, dulcimers, saxophones, trumpets, trombones and many other wind and metal string instruments can also benefit from cryogenics. Not only will the strings sound longer, but they will also have a longer life. This is a major benefit for concert halls, auditoriums and any other place where instruments are often used. Whether you have spent hundreds or hundreds of thousands of crowns on your instrument, we will help you maximize your investment and ensure sound quality for years to come.

Increase the tone time, shorten the cleaning time of the instrument, play loudly every day.

"I gave Honza my favorite mouthpiece for freezing - the metal Zinner 7. The main difference after "cryotherapy" is that in the lower register (say e or g1) you can hear more aliquot tones. The mouthpiece sounds much better when I play forte, it's not just sharp and loud.

Most importantly, the nozzle has not lost its sonic character. She hasn't changed in Dukoff or Larsen. "

Jakub Doležal 7.4.2020 FB -