This video was a long time coming! We'd been discussing the possibility of making topical videos for a long time, but I wanted to give the videos some form of structure, just so they wouldn't feel too "random". I happened on the idea of explaining flute specs because I felt that it would lead nicely into more discussions about how to try and choose a flute that works for you. What do you guys think?
I learned recently how to ACTUALLY light a set with studio lights (angling downward from higher up), and wow, it makes such a difference. I was forced to use my studio lights because the sun kept coming in and out of the clouds. This is legitimately the first time I've been happy with how my studio lights have looked, haha! Just gotta experiment. :)
Anyway, here are some time markers so it's easier to navigate around the video. Enjoy! :D
0:22 - "JAF" code perks
1:31 - Intro
2:02 - Gold? Silver? Silver-plated?
5:00 - Open hole vs. Closed hole
7:24 - In-line G vs. Offset G
9:19 - Split-E Mechanism
10:45 - B-footjoint vs. C-footjoint
11:58 - Pointed key arms vs. Y-arms
13:24 - Outro
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