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WHAT IS SYOS?
THE GAME CHANGER
Syos stands for Shape Your Own Sound. The technology and the science behind our saxophone and clarinet mouthpieces come from years of research in acoustics at Ircam, the worldwide reference in terms of sound technologies .
The meeting between Pauline, PhD in acoustics, and Maxime, PhD in auditory perception, started the creation and development of a new and original way of crafting instruments.
Using proprietary material SCAL3D we craft mouthpieces with the highest degree of precision, with improved resistance and durability and the largest choice of chamber geometries, baffle types and colors on the market.
Made in France, Syos mouthpieces are played by an ever-growing roster of artists worldwide.
Syos ships to most of the countries in the world except those of South America and Central America, Iran, Nigeria, North Korea, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey and Russia.
As the mouthpieces are made-to-order, please expect a manufacturing time ranging from 3 to 5 days. The delivery time then varies depending on the destination country and if you choose an express or regular shipping.
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INTRODUCING SYOS ORIGINALS
After 5 years of work with musicians around the world, we decided to create the Originals line in order to easily bring our acoustic expertise to any musician, from the beginner to the professional.
Syos Originals are a streamlined collection of easy-to-play mouthpieces for every type of saxophone and clarinet. Pick a dark (Smoky), balanced (Steady) or bright tone (Spark) and get the sound that was promised immediately.
The mouthpiece is what I needed-plays well.
Son clair, emission facile,
B-flat Originals Clarinet mouthpiece - Steady
Easy to play (medium resistance). Very good balance of registers, especially the highs which project well but are never metallic or aggressive. The high register is significantly easier to access for me and more stable than on other big name mouthpieces I've tried, perhaps due to the medium table length. A slight lack of flexibility perhaps, perhaps I should have tried it in a 6 opening? The whole thing is already a compromise that suits me