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Wellness Percussion for everyone : We have you covered! Koshi Chimes, monochords, Kalimbas, handpans, Zenko drums and more!
Need a musical Gift? We have you covered! Koshi Chimes, Kalimbas, handpans, Zenko drums and more!
Making and storing feeltone monochords. | weplaywelltogether

All about feeltone

Learn all about these gorgeous wooddronaland percussive instruments crafted out the highest quality materials in Northern Germany, and how WE PLAY WELL TOGETHER has brought them to the American Market for music and sound therapists as well as composers and performers. We're now convening an interconnected international network around players of conscious soundscapes so that anyone can experience how to"feel the tone".

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A woman sitting on a feeltone Monchair, a musical chair with strings attached to the back allowing full body experience of sound. Another woman is standing behind to chair and playing the strings. | weplaywelltogether

How the monchair plays well with other instruments in C#

Here is an example on how Sudan uses the MonChair in a group setting: inviting one participant at a time to sit in the chair while she strums the monochord on the back, while the others circle around the chair listening to the sounds.

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Joule L'Adara surrounded by feeltone Monochords | weplaywelltogether

Monochord trainings with Joule L'Adara

Joule L'Adara, MFAis a certified trainer for Feeltone Instruments. She has taught vocal sound healing workshops since 2009 and been teaching online since 2014 - having a unique ability to create the feeling of palpable togetherness in the online format

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Two women sitting in front of each other playing feeltone Monolina and Monolini - type of monochords. Monolina has 34 strings and Monolini 21. | weplaywelltogether

The different tunings of the Monolina and Monolini

Your first choice should be the sound "flavor" that resonates best with you and we have created a set of videos below that allow you to listen to the different tunings. 

Another consideration, if you're playing in a group of people (where multiple instruments will be played together at the same time), is the key the other instruments are in.

How to choose your monochord
A woman sitting on a feeltone Monchair, a musical chair with strings attached to the back allowing full body experience of sound. Another woman is standing behind to chair and playing the strings. | weplaywelltogether

Music Therapists on utilizing our instruments for Music Therapy

Read more and watch the highlight video just for music therapists to get an idea of the many different instruments and possible applications for their use, featuring instruments built by Hokema Kalimbas,feeltone and Metal Sounds. 

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