Update from EchoSoundSculptures 11 April 2015

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Dear supporters of EchoSoundSculpture, this update is to once again to make it clear that I currently have no plans to open a waiting list for AsaChan. I am still working on instruments for people who contacted me around 2 years ago. I receive dozens of emails and Facebook messages every day from people hoping to receive an AsaChan. Unfortunately this is currently not possible. Since launching my website, 1000 new people have signed up for news from ESS. Signing up to my website is the only way to get news about future AsaChan possibilities, but I reiterate, it is not a waiting list. I am finding the current volume of requests difficult and I am aware that this is a problem for lots of current sound sculpture builders. So, can I please once more ask for your patience, and that if you have never had communication with me, that you please do not message me, but wait for updates on my website. I know this causes people frustration, but I am only one tuner creating AsaChan and I can only build quality instruments at a gentle pace.

Thank you for your understanding.

Sincerely,
Ezahn Bueraheng
AsaChan Creator & Tuner
EchoSoundSculpture GmbH

12 Replies to “Update from EchoSoundSculptures 11 April 2015”

  1. I dare to dream that one day you may contact me in the meantime i wish you peace love and happiness

  2. It would be an honor to be on your list. I will wait. 5 years. 10 years. How long it ever will take. I understand. If it’s meant to be, it will happen. Thank you for your art!!!

    sincerely,

    Travis Wright
    Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

    1. I apologize for trying to contact you through one of those methods Ezahn. My intention was not meant to cause you grief. I will not do so again, and will patiently wait however long it takes.

      Hopefully you will consider me to be the caretaker of one of your creations one day.

      D…

  3. Some genuinely great info , Glad I found this. “As long as a word remains unspoken, you are it’s master once you utter it, you are it’s slave.” by Solomon Ibn Gabirol.

  4. Thank very much for your art. Waiting for the time to enjoy your sounds on my fingers, thank you for sounds giving to great artists who already make us dreaming, patiently mastering your pieces : Kabecao, Portia,…
    Glad to read from you whenever.
    Peace.

    1. My father was a percussionist and me too. At 68 I have only just accross the hang and now I cannot stop searching around for one and listening to videos on youtube. I will wait for one of your beautiful creations.

        1. It is no small wonder that your instruments are in such demand. Respect to you and your process. I too will wait and hope.

  5. Hope’ is the thing with feathers
    That perches in the soul
    And sings the tune without the words
    And never stops at all

    And sweetest in the Gale is heard
    And sore must be the storm
    That could abash the little Bird
    That kept so many warm

    I’ve heard it in the chillest land
    And on the strangest Sea
    Yet, never, in Extremity,
    It asked a crumb—of Me.
    (Emily Dickinson)

    i Hope, i Dream, some day it happens!

    P.L.U.R.

  6. Well, if I’d have to wait, I’ll wait. The sound your instruments make it worth.
    Thanks for your work !

  7. I one day wish to acquire the skills and knowledge you have of this beautiful instrument. I grow curious as to how you yourself became a master of creating such an elegant instrument.
    Since I was 14 I have dreamed of owning one of these creations after seeing a team of PanArt players come through Australia.

    If ever I am blessed with owning or even playing one of your Sculptures Ezahn I will surely be a lucky and fortunate man.

    Thank you for spreading such wonder and joy throughout the Earth we call home.
    I wait patiently for the future list of your Sculptures.

    Sincerely, Matthew Jinks.

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