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    Amazing 2-String 3D Printed Violin Could Revolutionize Music

    April 16-17 in New York City, the 3D Print Design Show will take place at the Javits Convention Center -- on display will be five 3D printed instruments that might revolutionize music making. These 3D printed instruments are presented by FIU Associate Processor of Architecture Eric Golemberg and his MONAD Studio partner Veronica Zalcberg in an installation called 'MULTI.' Among the instruments will be a 2-string piezoelectric violin, a monobarasitar, a cello, a small didgeridoo, and a hornucopia (a large didgeridoo). The event is run by MecklerMedia, and will be co-produced by Read more details about the instruments and installation in the full article:

    Below is a photo of the 2-string piezoelectric violin:

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    MONAD Studios has been working with musician Scott F. Hall to reimagine a variety of instruments. In April, three of their musical creations gave their debut performance at 3D Print Week NY. Now,they have released the fourth member of their 'Multi' project, a large brasswind instrument designed to create a low, continuous pitch much like the didgeridoo. You can hear a performance of this hornucopian dronepipe recorded by Scott Hall and available on YouTube. Read more about the latest over at

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