Anima Nova - the revolutionary sound post: the original height-adjustable sound post made out of carbon fibre. Brings out the best of your instrument: better projection, more focus, more overtones, quicker response, more volume. Available for all bowed string instruments. Patent-protected. Made in Germany.
Anima Nova - the revolutionary sound post: the original height-adjustable carbon fibre sound post. Availabe for all bowed string instruments: violin, viola, violoncello and double bass. Patent-protected. Made in Germany.
Anima Nova - the revolutionary sound post. For the first time luthiers can steplessly adjust the sound post's tension and, independently, find it's perfect position. With specially designed tools the luthier can change the lenght of the sound post inside the instrument.
Anima Nova - the revolutionary sound post: Flexible ball-and-socket joints adjust to every contour of the instrument. The fit is always perfect.
The height-adjustable carbon fibre sound post Anima Nova has attracted a lot of attention since its launch in 2015. Editorial contributions in "The Strad", "Strings Magazine" and "Das Orchester" have led to international fame. Anima Nova is now available at over 100 violin makers in 16 countries and the number of partners is growing steadily. Anima Nova is now used by musicians of the following orchestras (selection): Vienna Philharmonic, Staatskapelle Berlin, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, SWR Symphony Orchestra, Dresden Philharmonic, Beethoven Orchestra Bonn, Budapest Festival Orchestra, New York Philharmonic, The Met Opera Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Los Angeles Philharmonic, National Arts Centre Orchestra Ottawa, Australian Chamber Orchestra, Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra. Anima Nova was already heard at receptions in the White House in Washington, where the solo cellist of the United States Marine Chamber Orchestra ("The President's Own") uses Anima Nova, and in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing during our Chancellor's state visit. Internationally renowned artists such as Cynthia Phelps, Paul Neubauer, David Finckel, Ron Carter and Joel Quarrington already trust Anima Nova - the new tradition of sound.