Orpheus Low D3 Pulse – 7 Notes Euphone

A low version euphone in D minor triad: D3-F-A-D’-F’-A’ + D3 Low pulse note for a beat effect that deeply resonates and enriches your space with deep harmony.



Orpheus is a 21st century modern interpretation of an instrument known as Euphone invented by Ernst Chladni back in 1790.

Cristal Baschet, by renowned Baschet brothers, was to follow in this family of instruments in the 50s.

Orpheus follows this tradition of friction activated instruments to challenge new sonic explorations.

The instrument consists of a set of metal bars with paired acoustical resonators and threaded rods, all arranged on a wooden steady base.

Aluminum as a medium for the tone bars guarantees long sustain and a smooth focused tone,

where resonating tubes enhance vigorously its sonic radiation.

Playing rods serve to excite initially the vibration when rubbed with wet fingers.

This blend ends up in a unique sensory experience.

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Orpheus Euphone Details:

  • 9 tuned bars with individual resonators
  • Modular design allows easy rearrange of notes order
  • Anodized aluminum body with silver white matte finish
  • Stainless steel rubbing rods removable for easy transportation
  • Available in a range of scales / tunings
  • Tuned either in standard 440hz or 432hz
  • Wet your fingers, rub gently the rods and listen
  • Handcrafted in our workshop in Greece, Eu


  • Please consider that photo might differ slightly from actual item
  • For any questions or custom orders feel free to contact us
  • Worldwide shipping within 2 – 3 weeks

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