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Students on this course:
Tamsin Nicole Brierley
Nadeen Anne Manag
Luke Alexander Dudley Brient
Kieran Hodson Kilroy
Katie Rebekah Strickett
James Alexander George Lord
Jack Robert Boddy
Hao Jun (Jonathan) Yim
Georgina Lea Hall
Fionn de Buitlear
Strings and layout of the original instrument is preserved on the redesigned instrument, allowing traditional techniques to be performed on the redesigned instrument.
The electronic output of the redesigned instrument allows easy amplification and opens the opportunity for users to use effects on the sound; encouraging exploration in new genres.
Modular construction of the redesigned instrument allows customisation, allowing users to have a personal touch to their very own instrument.
The redesigned instrument is shorten by half and can be easily rolled into compact form. This portability aims to encourage users to bring the instrument out for performances.
Final year project
Modernising a traditional musical instrument
'20 Diploma in International Studies