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Regulating the Duo-Art Expression System
By Ian McDonald

I found that when I retained the original cork gaskets in the Aeolian
stack, I had little problem with the instrument playing too loud.
When I replaced the cork with closed cell neoprene the instrument
played too loud.  Why, because I believe cork does not seal well and
Aeolian compensated for this.

Closed cell neoprene is great for a foot pumper; keep the cork in your
electrically operated full Duo-Art.

Ian McDonald

(Message sent Sun 9 Nov 2014, 07:20:21 GMT, from time zone GMT-0800.)

Key Words in Subject:  Duo-Art, Expression, Regulating, System

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