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Customer Reviews
Art of the Etched Singing Bowl

Art of the Etched Singing Bowl

When etched bowls started flooding the market a few years ago, I passed them up because neither the quality of art, nor the bowls it adorned, were up to our Master-quality standards. Considering the extra cost that the etching work commanded, how could we justify the...
Recording Gongs with Son Vo

Recording Gongs with Son Vo

Gongs are considered by audio engineers to be one of the most difficult instruments to accurately record due to their inherent multitimbral, transient tones. You can’t approach recording them like you would cymbals of a drum set (where you place two...
Recording Gongs with Son Vo

Singing Bowl Mallets (and How to Use Them)

Every singing bowl sound sample recorded on our web site has been played with the following variety of mallets.  Singing bowls can sound completely different whether they are struck with wool, leather or wood; and you can isolate completely different tones depending...
Recording Gongs with Son Vo

Seven Metals Contemporary Singing Bowls

When I was in Kathmandu this past September, I was delighted when one of our oldest suppliers of singing bowls invited me to visit his factory in Patan, one of the three historic kingdoms of Kathmandu with an ancient tradition of metal work. He produces singing bowls...